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ANXUAL- 
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FOR THE YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31 104 2 



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OF THE TOWN OF 

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FOR THE YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31 194 2 



TOWN CLERK'S REPORT 

Officers Elected 

MODERATOR 

Walter Perhem 

(Term Expires I9J4.5) 

TOWN CLERK 
Harold C. Patterson 
(Term Expires 1945) 

SELECTMEN AND BOARD OF PUBLIC WELFARE 

James A. Grant Term Expires 1943 

Karl M. Perham Term Expires 19U4 

Stewart MacKay Term Expires 1945 

TREASURER AND TAX COLLECTOR 
Harold C. Patterson 
(Term Expires 1945) 

BOARD OF ASSESSORS 

Walter Jewett Term Expires 1943 

Warren Wright Term Expires I9I4U 

Carl A. E. Peterson Term Expires 1945 

TREE WARDEN 

Vinoent P. Ganrey 

(Term Expires 1945) 

BOARD OF HEALTH 

Harry L. Shedd Jr Term Expires 1943 

Edmund P. Welch... Term Expires 1944 

Raymond H. Greenwood Term Expires 1945 

SCHOOL COMMITTEE 

Marjorie M. Kiberd Term Expires 1943 

John A. McAdams.. • Term Expires 19U4 

Harold E. Clayton Term Expires 1945 

PARK COMMISSIONERS 

Walter Merrill Term Expires 1943 

John J. Reedy Term Expires I9J4I4. 

Claude A. Harvey Term Expires 1945 

CEMETERY COMMISSIONERS 

Arthur W. House • Term Expires 1943 

Bayard C. Dean Term Expires 1944 

William Bellwood Term Expires 1945 

TRUSTEES OF ADAMS LIBRARY 

Miriam E. Warren (Term Expires 1943) Lottie L. Snow 

Frances H. Clark (Term Expires 1944)- •»• Charles W. Henry 

Edward B. Russell (Term Expires 1945) •• E. Wayne Jenkins 



SINKING FTJND COMMISSIONERS 

Walter Perham Term Expires 191+3 

Fritz H. Pearson Term Expires lyui-t 

Royal Shawcross Term Expires I9I4.5 

PLANNING BOARD 

William Bellwood • Tern Expires 19U3 

Arnold C. Perham • Term Expires 19UU 

Bayard C. Dean Term Expires 19U5 

Riohard L. Monahan. Term Expires 19U6 

Howard D. Smith , • Term Expires 191+7 

John J. Meagher Term Expires 191+7 

Sidney E. Dupee..... Term Expires 191+7 

CONSTABLE 

Daniel E. Haley 

(Term Expires I9U3) 

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APPOINTED TOWN OFFICERS 



TOWN ACCOUNTANT 
Winthrop A. Parkhurst 

FINANCE COMMITTEE 



Birger Petterson Eustace B . Fiske 

Sidney E. Dupee Howard D. Smith Leslie Adams 

SUPERINTENDENT OF STREETS 



Ancel 


E. Taylor 


INSPECTOR OF ANIMALS 


Arnold 


C. Perham 


FIRE ENGINEERS 



H. Edward Hoyt John Kemp John Dixon 

REGISTRARS OF VOTERS 

James F. Leahey. Term Expires 191+3 

John J. Carr.... Term Expires 191+U 

Daniel E. Haley -...■ Term Expires 191+5 

Harold C. Petterson... Ex-Officio 

TOW COUNSEL 
John H. Valentine 

JANITORS OF PUBLIC HALLS 

Charles Greene Centre Hall, Chelmsford 

Fred I. Vinal North Hall, North Chelmsford 

SEALER OF TfEIGHTS AND MEASURES 

AND SPECIAL POLICE 

Kenneth R. Reid 



FOREST WARDEN 

Herbert M. Sturtevant 

SUPERINTENDENT OF BURIALS OF INDIGENT 
SOLDIERS AMD SAILORS 



Walter Perham 

CHIEF OF POLICE 
Ralph J. Huls lander 

REGULAR POLICE 



Winslow P. George. 



Allan II. Adams 



SPECIAL POLICE 



Raymond Harmon • •• Leo A. Boucher 

Edward Miner • Allan Kidder 

Kenneth Reid. Earl Lorr ey Arthur W. Bloomgren 

SPECIAL PART TIME POLICE DESK OFFICER 
Frits H* Pearson 

POLICE TOMAN 
Christina N. Simpson 

SPECIAL POLICE ELECTION 
Richard L. Monahan 

SPECIAL POLICE FOR SCHOOL WORK 



Leo Loiselle 

Charles Campbell, 
Chester Aubrey. •< 



>** George Marinel 
Chandler Robinson 
... Peroy Robinson 



SPECIAL POLICE-DOG OFFICERS 



Winton C* Gala.« 



SPECIAL POLICE FOR VAREEY PLAYGROUND 
Leslie Adams 

SPECIAL POLICE FOR HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT 
Anoel Taylor 

SPECIAL POLICE FOR NORTH CHELMSFORD FIRE DISTRICT 

Morton B • Wright* • * . • • • ....• John Andrews 

CONSTABLE 
Bernard F* MoGovern 

MEASURERS OF SAWDUST 

William Batchelder Ransome D. Grant 

Richard D. Davis.* .. Pearl T. Durrell 

WEIGHERS OF HAY 

John J* Dunigan * * Edward T. Healy 

Sarah Dunigan Mary C • Healy 



WEIGHERS OF HAY (CONT) 



Herbert Elliott. 
Aloide Gladu.... 
Arthur Healy. . . . 



»•■ Arthur V. Larkin 
Harold D. Macdonald 
Walter Perham 



MEASURERS OF LUMBER 



William Batchelder, 
Riohard D. Davis. •< 
Pearl T. Durrell.., 



Charles Egerton 
. . Ransome Grant 
Arthur Gauthier 



John J. O'Connell 
MEASURERS OF WOOD 



William Batchelder. 
Riohard Davis 



Ransome Grant 
Pearl Durrell 



MEASURERS OF LOGS 



Wi lliara Batchelder Ransome Grant 



MEMORIAL DAY COMMITTEE 



William Bellwood. 
Robert Cameron... 



Frank A. P. Coburn 
... Thomas Kerrigan 



Bertrand Bean 
Sewell Bowers 
William Brown 
John Carter 
Lawrence J. Charlton 
James Coughlin 
E. Clark Dixon 
John J. Dunigan 
Sarah Dunigan 
Herbert E. Elliott 



Arthur V. Larkin 

James Leahey 

Harold D. Mac dona Id 

Warren Mansur 

Thomas Miskell 

S. Ransome Mooers 

Walter Perham 

Elmer Peverill 

James Walker 

Paul Westwood 

Edward Whitworth 



• .George Peterson 

WEIGHERS OF SAND AND GRAVEL 

V 

James F. Dunigan 

WEIGHERS OF MERCHANDISE 

Joseph Foley 
Aloide Gladu 
Earl Gorton 
Emil Haberman 
Arthur Healy 
Edward T. Healy 
Elizabeth Healy 
Mary C. Healy 
John J. Hehir 
Elsstrom Johnson 

WELFARE INVESTIGATOR 
Leonard S. MaoElroy 

MEAT INSPECTORS 

Winton C . Gale Roy Paignon, Asst. 

AGENT OF THE BOARD OF HEALTH 
Christina N. Simpson 

SCHOOL NURSE 
Christina N. Simpson 

BUILDING INSPECTOR 
Arthur Gauthier 

MILK INSPECTOR 
Daniel E. Haley 



PLUMBING INSPECTOR 
George E. Gagnon 

TOWN FOREST COMMITTEE 



Edvrard B. Russell. 



Luther Faulkner Arthur M. Batohelder 

BOARD OF HEALTH PHYSICIANS 



Dr. Edmund J. Boucher... Dr. Arthur G. Sooboria 



MOTH SUPERINTENDENT 
Ancel E. Taylor 

ZONING APPEAL BOARD 



James F. Dunigan 



Donald A. Dunsford. 
ELECTION OFFICERS 



•Riohard T. Boyd 



Precinot One 
Chelmsford Centre 



Precinot Two 
North Chelmsford 



Peter MoHugh, harden 
LaForest Fields, Clerk 
Walter L. Ferguson, Dep. Warden 
Eva McMaster, Dep. Clerk 
Polly L. Johnson, Inspector 
Thomas Mc Andrew, In so eo tor 
Esther Beardsley, Inspector 



Precinct Three 
West Chelmsford 



George E. Welch, Warden 

Kathleen Audoin, Clerk 

M. Ruth Conlon, Dep. Warden 

Edna Ballinger, Dep. Clerk 

Margaret B. L. Yoemans, Ins p. 

Harriet Buchanan, Inspector 

Laura Shugrue, Inspector 

Anna Cummings, Inspector 

Preoinct Four 
East Chelmsford 



Fred W, Edwards, Warden 
Catherine Riney, Clerk 
Rita Anderson, Dep. Clerk 
Rose Doherty, Inspector 
Jennie S. Brown, Inspector 
Mary Gosselin, Inspector 

Precinct Five 
South Chelmsford 

George L. Waite, Warden 
Gertrude Lapham, Clerk 
Ethel Wright, Inspector 
Elizabeth M Calder, Inspector 
Herman L. Purcell Jr. Inspector 



James E. Reardon, Warden 

Birger Petterson, Clerk 

Jennie L. Kelly, Dep. Warden 

Lydia Barris, Dep. Clerk 

Lillian Fielding, Inspector 

Christina Reardon, Inspector 

Preoinct Six 
Westlands 

Lawrence Mar age, Warden 

Eleanor Parker, Clerk 

Henrietta L. Conaton, Dep. Warden 

Florrie Walton, Dep. Clerk 

Prescott Pirington, Inspector 

Wilma Norton, Inspector 



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VITAL STATISTICS 

For the Year Ending December yi, 19*4^ 

Attention is called to the following vital statistics. It is important that 
these records shall be correct. If any errors are discovered, the Tov/n Clerk will 
deem it a favor to have them reported at once so that corrections may be made. 

As required by Chapter 16, Section 15, General Laws of Massachusetts, notice 
is hereby given that the Town Clerk will furnish blanks for returns of births to 
parents, householders, physicians and registered hospital officers applying there- 
fore. 



BIRTHS RECORDED 
Data 
Ighg Name Parents 

Jan. 8. Paul Wesley DeBow Currie L. M. and(Edith M. Estey) 

8. June Nancy Tuoker Paul E. and(Evelyn U Porter) 

12. Patricia Ann Connor William F. and(Yvonne Ayotte) 

I24, Mary Joanne Faulkner John A. and(Mary G. CurranJ 

16. Gary James Caron Joseph A. and (Veronica Weloh) 

20. Linda Carol Lupien • Albert J. and(Evelyn L. Flemings) 

20* Lois Mildred Reid Raymond A. and(Mildred E. Anderson) 

22. Donald Hollis McDonough.... .. . .. Raymond P. and (Isabel le L. Harmon) 

23. Mullanphy Samuel and(Phyllis Brook) 

JO. Franklin Joseph Thiffault Joseph A. and(Helen J Greenough) 

Feb. k' Sandra Joan Benson • Verner G. and (Lena Drake) 

I4.. Bette Anne Constantine Da-rid A. and (Elizabeth Sargeant) 

6. Barbara Donohoe John C. and (Kathleen Prindiville) 

11. Joy Patricia Williams William L. and(Elizabeth Thomas 

13. Gleason Fred W. and (Eva R. Greska ) 

15. Donald Lee Barker.... George E. and(Ruth C. Maybury) 

18. Dianne Ginivan. William J. and (Thelma Harrison) 

18. Mary Anne Deane.. • Kenneth Ian and (Anne Montrose Sneed) 

20. Russell Alan Pierce....... Lawrence C« and(Marjorie R. Bumps) 

23. Ruth Anne Swett Harold R. and (Ruth E. Knox) 

2I4,. Edith Sara Olsen Everett V. and (Amelia Moreno) 

28. Edmund Mo Govern Paul and (Gladys Szylvian) 

Mar. U» Lois Mae Gagnon. Albert J. and (Emma Johnson) 

7. Elizabeth Ann Vaipan William and (Victoria Oczkowski ) 

9. Virginia Carol Sanborn Philip L. and(Arlene E. Gray) 

13. Gloria Maurine Lemire Allen Edward and (Helen Silva) 

15. Judith Ann Harrington John J. and (Muriel Clark) 

13* Blanche Hazel Nickles Percy Samuel and(Manola Willis) 

21. Donald Austin MoCormack M. Austin and(Estelle Simard) 

22+. Richard Forsyth Pudsey Ernest W. and(Muriel Forsyth) 

23* Eunice Alioe LeMasurier Thomas G. and(Bessie M. Benest) 

26. Ruth Elvera Lane Edgar Jr and(Ruth Swanson) 

27. Marie Estelle Grondine Philippe and (Flossie Garneau) 

28. Lawrence Arnold Wolz Arnold L. and(Mildred Chandler) 

31. Roger David Mills Leslie H. and(Lorraine Read) 

Apr. 1. Jeffrey Deering Roberts Donald C. and(Rachel A. Dutton) 

i+. Linda Lockwood Vinecombe. Bradford C. and(Dorothy Lockwood) 

6. Roland Gilbert Gervais. Joseph Alphonse and(Georgiana Chevalier) 

8. Gerard Joseph Cormier Joseph and(Marie Reine Simard) 

10, James Edward Flannery Edward G. and (Gertrude Shepherd) 

11. Robert Wesley Corey Wesley C. and(Corinne Knox) 

15. Raymond Kendrick Morley Jr Raymond K. and (Dorothy Peverill) 

15» Mary Patricia Pigeon Leon Marcelle and (Louise A. *itzpatrick) 

17* Joseph Spinazola. Joseph and (Elsie A. Vaccari ) 

18. Richard Edwin Dutton George Edwin and (Dorothy Hopper ) 

18. James David Latham Ernest H. and (Anna Maolvor) 

19 • Richard Wentworth Kiberd Harold and(Edythe Mae Wentworth) 

19. Stillborn 

28. John Clark horsey John F. and(Leona Clark) 

May 1 . Marie McCarthy. 7,'i 1 liam F . and (Kather ine Coughlin ) 

9. Robert John J-heriault. Edgar H. and(Helen S. Dziedzic ) 

13* Joseph John Freeman John H. and (Evelyn Morton) 

16. Deborah Litchfield Lawrence A. and(Evelyn M. Irons) 

17. Ralph Meredith Mores Harland I. and (Fannie Serignano ) 

19* Moira Anne McCusker Raymond G. and (Mary Roane) 

20. Sharon May Kemp Farley H. and (Edna Hoffman) 



May 22. Arthur J. Hill Arthur and(Plorenoe tollman) 

22, Albert Joseph Boudreau 111 Albert J.and(Mae G. Foote) 

26. Hugh MacMillan Uooney Jr Hugh M. and(Melvina I. Marshall) 

29. Barbara Louise Peckham* •• Ferxner H. and(Barbara Aborn) 

JO. Carleton Barker Clark, Jr Carleton B. and (Edith V Dickinson) 

June 1. Vaughn Edward Hadley..... Vaughn K. and(lrene Pouliot) 

5« Claire Pauline Chandonnet Leonce M. and(Rose M Robillard) 

5. Barbara Arm Bossie Robert A. and (Genevieve Dubinski) 

7* David Lawrence Cress ......... .. Ernest C. and (Bertha Emery) 

8. Alicia Brenda Parker Leon H. Jr and(Brenda Sullivan) 

11. Doris Elaine Reid Herbert G. and (Irene E. Pepin) 

15. Greenwood Raymond and (Catherine Shore) 

14. Prisoilla Grace Pouliot. Ernest A. and (Irene G. Stookwell) 

lU. Arthur Anthony Bettencourt Jr.. Arthur A. and (Alyce R. Teague) 

111. Ernest Albert Pouliot Jr. • Ernest A. and (Irene G. Stockwell) 

16. Marilyn June Harper Ernest E. and (Alice Leedberg) 

19. Janet Rose McCluskey.. Edward Paul and (Rose Antoinette Raymond) 

27. Smith Wallace and (Leah Merohant) 

29. Maurice Lewis Spaulding Maurice and (Irene Patenaude) 

29. Edwin Henry Dresoher Jr Edwin H. and (Adelaide M. Trudel) 

29. Charles Alan Laughton Courtland and (Frances Hoelzel) 

July 2. Anna Beverly Silva Manuel C. and (Mary Santos Mendonca) 

5. James Carlton MacElroy,... Leonard S. and (Jennie E. Pearson) 

6. Ronald Francis MoSheehy. ...... . Alfred F. Jr and (Margaret E. Lyons) 

9« Nancy Ruth Robinson,... James 0. and (Mary E. Burndrett) 

12. William Brown Facey William and (Marguerite Lane) 

15. Marsden Clifford and (Mary DeAmis) 

15* Ann Elizabeth Hansen Rudolph T. and (Emma G. Hoyle) 

18. Russell David Whitney Ralph S. and(Phyliis M. Berubee) 

19. Martha Mary Blondin Rudolph and (Helen Mo jewski ) 

20. Geraldine Pam Eaton James F. and (Hermina A. Strobel) 

21. Diana Lee Ricoiardi Paul and (Lillian Green) 

29. Allen. Calvin P. and(Stephanie 3 Zabierek) 

20. Daniel Paul Kimball Paul C. and(Virginia J. Connell) 

Aug. 1. Edward William Hadley Jr • Edward W. and (Elsie Staples) 

2, Jeffrey Clark Davidson Allan D. and (Eilene R. Wotton) 

6. Douglas Arthur Paul Wyman . . . . . . Earl Curtis and (Antoinette Morrell) 

8. Harold Arthur Linstad Harold A. and (Alice A. Clarke) 

10» Robert Allen Gervais Alexander A. and (Winifred A. Pivirotto) 

10. Donald Chamberlin Emerson Bryant C. and (Irene R. Holdsworth) 

12. Barbara Lebedzinski •• Carl J. and (Anna R. Nosek) 

13 • John Anthony Bettencourt John A. Jr and (Loretta E. Chamberlain) 

26. Jeffrey Ernest, Case Edward F. and (Raenette W. Byam) 

28. Margaret Ann Williams.. ...... .. Harold and (Lucy Emerson) 

Sept. 6. Mary Sharon Lee Grant.. • Theodore H. and (Gracia Marcoullier) 

9. Blanche Mary Oczkowski Stanley J. and (Blanche M. Rychwa) 

10. Marie Carole Anne Dureault Arraand R. and (Alice A. Parmentier) 

11. Dorothy Louise Wilson James B. and (Esther C. Manning) 

13. James Hartley e . Frank and (Hazel M. Pierce) 

17* Marc Earl Sewall Earl H. and (Simone Simoneau) 

Oct. 2. Robert Edward Brown, Jr Robert E. and ( Simone M. Aicharme) 

6. Lloyd Carter Samuel M. and (Alice Gertrude Goodwin) 

6, James Koski, Jr James and (Julia Yeschanin) 

8. Louis Joseph Masson Jr Louis J. and (Elizabeth Palmer) 

21, Eleanor Jean Blott.. George T. and(Cora L Bradley) 

2J. Arthur Stuart Kirk Arthur P. and ( Beulah M.Annis) 

23, Richard James Gilet Edgar Albert and (Catherine Crane) 

29. Geraldine Susan Olsen. ........ . Alberton Olsen and (Virginia Messer) 

28, Donna Phyllis Deslandes. . .. Edward and (Vivian Rousseau) 

28. Arthur Harrison Burndrett Jr... Arthur H. and (Gertrude S. Sargent) 



lor. 2. Arthur Edward Menseau Wilfred A. and (Madeline McCormick) } 

6. Stephen Lee Estabrooks.. Wilbur and (Elizabeth Brown) 

8. Barlow Erson and (Dorothy Smith) 

8. Burton Allan Gould, Jr Burton A. and (Isabel Gray) 

11+. Mary Ann Tandus • Joseph and (Rachel Bellamare) 

18. Mary Elizabeth McLaughlin Hairy P. M. and (Shirley R. Sargent) 

18. Ralph Bryant Nolet Jr Ralph B. and Sylvia R. Burndrett) 

20. Peter Clark Picken Robert E. and (Jane B. Clark) 

25. Ronald Robert Lebrun.. Emile J. and ( Alioe M. Fraser) 

27. Julie Ann Thibault John S. and (Irene E. Morin) 

27. Helen Evangeline Monahan .• Richard L. and (Helen E. Powers) 

25, John Hugh Anderson William and(Phyllis Ida Kinney) 

Dec. 1. Irma Elizabeth Dimodana Frank and (Irene Hcrne) 

6. Stillborn 

12. Joan McKennedy James and (Leda Succo) 

12 . Virginia Susai Hyde James F.and (Vir ginia White ) 

lU» Elaine Rita Lorrain Frederick and (Cecelia Moquin) 

14. Batchelder John and (Clarissa Putnam) 

15. June Elizabeth Whitcomb Irving A. and (Mary E. Dows) 

16. Timothy John Hehir John and(Margaret Connors) 

23. David M. Urbanowicz Michael A. and (Blanche Russon) 

23. Richard John McNulty.. John and (Ann Murphy) 

26. Karen Ann Harvey. Claude A. and (Esther Smith) 

26. Judith Margaret St. Pierre Ernest Roy and (Luranoy Agnes Judd) 

30. Patricia Marian Sayles Howard W. and(Louise A. Hawkins) 

30. Robert Irving Dearborn Alton and (Gladys Reno) 

31. John Robert Hartley. John A. and (Frances Clbugh) 

23. Reid Vinson C. and (Mildred C. Gates) 

23. Reid Vinson C. and (Mildred C. Gates) 

26. Natalie Abbott Churchill Harry C. and (Elizabeth Walsh) 

MARRIAGES 

Date Name Residence / Birthplace 

Jan. 3. Robert Lee Kelley Dallas, Texas. Dallas, Texas 

Priscilla L. Caton Lowell, Mass.. Lowell, Mass. 

5. Raymond V. Paul Lowell, Mass Lowell, Mass. 

Barbara E. Swenson Chelmsford, Mass Lowell, Mass. 

3. Carlton Clark..... Lowell, Mass. Pittsfield, Mass. 

Edith Dickinson Chelmsford, Mass Lowell, Mass. 

10. Dessie Lea Shuler ....... . Ayer, Mass Elloree, S.C. 

Agnes Pearl Saunders Chelmsford, Mass Lowell, Mass. 

10. Robert Edward Picken Chelmsford, Mass.......... Chelmsford, Mass. 

Jane Bacon Clark Chelmsford, Mass. Hartford, Conn. 

11. Serafin M. Silva Chelmsford, Mass Lowell, Mass. 

Leopoldina Tavares Lawrence, Mass... ...... ... Lawrence, Mass. 

11. James Koski Ayer, Mass..... Thompsonviile, Conn. 

Julia Yesohanin Chelmsford, Mass Chelmsford, Mass. 

17* Emil Zabierek Chelmsford, Mass Chelmsford, Mass. 

Esther M. Ayer Lowell, Mass Lowell, Mass. 

17* Edward D. Shallis Fort Devens, Mass Lowell, Mass. 

Margaret 0. Totman Chelmsford, Mass. Schenectady, N.Y. 

17. Paul R. Nunn Fort Devens, Mass.. Palmer, Mass. 

Kathleen B. Brown Springfield, Vermont...... Marshfield, Vt. 

18. Charles Wilbur Davis Lowell, Mass Somerville, Mass. 

Mary A. Angus.. Chelmsford, Mass Lowell, Mass. 

2ij.. Ralph Bryant Nolet.. Tyngsborough, Mass.. Lowell, Mass. 

Sylvia Ruth Burndrett.... Chelmsford, Mass. Chelmsford, Mass* 

23. Willard S. Mann Westford, Mass... V/inchendon, Mass. 

Eva M. Durrell.... Chelmsford, Mass Tewksbury, Mass. 

30. }->erett D. Lyons Chelmsford, Mass Chelmsford, Mass. 

Mildred Welch Lowell, Mass Lowell, Mass. 

31 • Anthony C. Ferreira Chelmsford, Mass Chelmsford, Mass* 

Bernice E. Trott Lowell, Mass Lowell, Mass. 



Feb. 1. Herbert Shirley Clark.... Chelmsford, Mass. Chelmsford, Mass. 

Marguerite E. Dudevoir... Westford, Mas6 Westford, Mass. 

1. James R. Kane Brooklyn, N.Y New York, N.Y. 

Eugenia Kisley Chelmsford, Mass Westford, Mass. 

7. Leonard J. Ferland Madison Banks, N.Y Vaterville, Maine 

Esther E. Eegleston Richeville, New York Antwerp, New York 

8. Gilbert H. Shavalier Coudersnort, Pa Bolivar, N.Y. 

Irma P. Hyde McLean, N.Y Cincinatti, N.Y. 

9. Henry P. M. MoLaughlin.. . Fort Devens, Mase Philadelphia, Penna , 

Shirley Rae Sargent Chelmsford, Mass. Lowell, Mass. 

ll*. William A. Bezanson Chelmsford, Mass Lowell, Mass. 

Rita M. Morrison Lowell, Mass Rifton, N.Y. 

lU. Irving Austin Whitcomb. .. Medford, Mass Stoneham, Mass. 

Mary Elizabeth Dows Chelmsford, Mass Lowell, Mass. 

lit* Woodson Alexander Wilson. Lowell, Mass Lowell, Mass. 

Shirley Knowlton Small... Chelmsford, Mass..... Lowell, Mass. 

lk» Robert F. Reed Salem Depot, N.H Boston, Mass. 

Florence E. Levesque Salem Depot, N.H..... Salem, Mass. 

li|. Recil U. Beekman ....... .. St. Louis, Mo Kenneth, Mo. 

Cecile A. Milot Chelmsford, Mass Greenville, N.H. 

li+. Kenneth Everett Lawsan... Lowell, Mass. Lowell, Mass. 

Charlotte Louise Barris.. Chelmsford, Mass. Chelmsford, Mass. 

111. Raymond H. Whiteley Lowell, Mass • Lowell, Mass. 

Phyllis R. Dows Chelmsford, Mass Lowell, Mass. 

1^» Andrew J. Cavossa... Boston, Mass...-. Boston, Mass. 

Jane Helen Pomerleau Chelmsford, Mass.... Lowell, Mass. 

13. Edward J. St Onge. ....... Chelmsford, Mass • Tewksbury, Mass. 

Wenonah E. Craft • Arlington, Mass Arlington, Mass. 

Mar. 2. John Albert Hall Chelmsford, Mass Chelmsford, Mass. 

Ruth Alice Roberts.. Tyngsboro, Mass tyngsboro, Mass. 

6. John K. Campbell Lowell, Mass..... • East Boston, Mass. 

Rena L. Gagnon Chelmsford, Mass Chelmsford, Mass. 

7. Alberton V. Olsen. ....... Chelmsford, Mass. .. ....... Chelmsford, Mass. 

Virginia J. Messer Chelmsford, Mass. Lowell, Mass. 

7. Lawrence E. Jarest Milford, N.H Milford, N.H. „ 

Beatrice L. Poisson Milford, N.H Stafford Springs, ' 

8. Joseph Henry Freeman .... . Lowell, Mass...... Quincy, Mass. 

Evelyn Beatrice Morton... Chelmsford, Mass... Chelmsford, Mass. 

1U. Gordon L. Ailing Littleton, Mass. Springfield, Mass. 

Althea R. Garrow Chelmsford, Mass. Brewster, Mass. 

lU. Albert Edwin Frazee Lowell, Mass Lowell, Mass. 

Eleanor Katherine ^llis.. Lowell, Mass. Lowell, Mass. 

20. Joseph Jaquith Casey Billerioa, Mass. Billerica, Mass. 

Grace Amelia Barton Lowell, Mass. Lowell, Mass. 

28. Ralph E. House Chelmsford, Mass Chelmsford, %ss. 

Millard Harriette Ford... Chelmsford, Mass Cambridge, Mass. 

Apr. 4* James Christie Emslie Jr. Chelmsford, Mass. Quebec, Can. 

Clara Elizabeth Athorn... Westford, Mass England 

5. Ralph William Giffin Chelmsford, Mass Raritan, N.J. 

Ruth May Drosos Lawrence, Mass....... Lawrence, Mass. 

5» Thomas L. Baldwin Jr Chelmsford, Mass Lowell, Mass. 

Laura E. St. Onge Chelmsford, %ss.... • Lowell, Mass. 

10. Paul Lovell MacDonald... . Lowell, Mass Chelmsford, Mass. 

Barbara Jean Blaokadar... Westford, Mass Lowell, Mass. 

11. William C. Warren Chelmsford, Mass • Lowell, Mass. 

Barbara M. Secord Chelmsford, Mass Lowell, Mass. 

18. Charles C. MoLaughlin..*. Brooklyn, N.Y...... Cambridge, Mass. 

Shirley B. Harmon Brooklyn, N.Y Chelmsford, Mass. 

18. Walter Traoey Johnson.... Chelmsford, Mass Chelmsford, Mass. 

Dorothy Frances Martin... Brookline, Mass.... ...... . Fall River, Mass. 

May 3. Bernard W. Pockreli Chelmsford, Mass. Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Edith M. Holtzman Methuen, Mass. Methuen, Mass. 



May 3* Raymond G. Marchildon.,.. Chelmsford, Mass.......... Carlisle, Mass. 

Madeline M. Mello... Chelmsford, Mass. .* Lowell, Mass. 

9. Douglas Alexander Reid... Chelmsford, Mass Springfield, Mass. 

Phyllis Er dene Welch Chelmsford, Mass.... Haverhill, ?te.ss. 

9. Neil McLean Chelmsford, Mass Mayfield, N.J. 

Evalya I. Jones Chelmsford, Mass... South Roxton, P.Q. 

li+. Vernon Hughes '/Vats on,.... Sentinel, Oklahoma........ Broken Arrow, Okla, 

Dorothy Marie Flagg Chelmsford, Mass Detroit, Miohigan 

ill* Horace Greeley Hastey.. .. Chelmsford, Masg. ........ , Machias, Maine 

Armalina Diola McCabe.... Lowell, Mass Marguet, Mich. 

15* Harold C. Shinkwin. Chelmsford, Mass.......... Chelmsford, Mass. 

Edna Parney Morton • Worcester, Mass Lowell, Mass. 

22. Ralph A. Bettencourt. . ... Ghelnsford, Mass • Medford, Mass. 

Vera E. Swanson Westford, Mass Westfcrd, ^ss. 

22. Norman E. Bickford Chelmsford, ^ss Lowell, Mass. 

Vilma I. Knirsch.... Lowell, Mass < Barnsted, N.H. 

23* Nicholas Zanohi Westford, Mass. Westford, Mass. 

Harriet B. Abrahamson . . • • tVestfard, ^.ss... Westford, ^ass . 

23, Roger E. Bither Chelmsford, Mass Benton, Maine 

Marguerite E. Noyes Dedham, Mass... ...... ..... Hyde Park, Mass 

23. Arthur Waters Calver Jr.. Newtcn Center, Mass Washington, D.C. 

Eleanor Watson Nichols... Chelmsi ord, Mass. Chelmsford, Mass. 

30. Joaquin A. Silva • Chelmsford, Mass Lowell, Mass. 

Eileen A. Ryan.. Lowell, Mass Lowell, Mass. 

31. Albert J. Sousa.. ..... ... Chelmsford, Mass.......... Lowell, Mass* 

Ruth E. Knight........... Chelmsford, Mass... Billerica, Mass. 

June 3* Edward F. MoNulty •• Chelmsford, Mass ....... ... Chelmsford, Mass. 

Helen L. Johnson Billerica, Mass. Chelsea, Mass. 

6. Frederick B. Martin Billerica, Mass Beverley, Mass. 

Lillian H. Strobel.. ..... Chelmsford, Mass.. Lowell, Mass. 

6. Roy T. Johnson.... Chelmsford, Mass Lowell, Mas3 . 

Alioe Shirley Byron Lowell, Mass.... Lowell, Mass. 

7. Walter H. Trubey.. .. ..... Chelmsford, Mass... Chelmsford, Mass. 

Lurline A. Crockett Lowell, Mass...... • Lowell, Mass. 

7. John T. Coluohi Chelmsford, Mass. Lowell, Mass. 

Helen F. O'Connor Billerica, Mass... Billerica, Mass. 

7. Joseph A. Richard Lowell, Mass. Lowell, Mass. 

Rose Y. Gaudette Chelmsford, Mass... •• Chelmsford, Mass. 

7* Leo. J. Lord • Chelmsford, Mass Lowell, Mass. 

Irene D. Lamoureux.. ... .. Lowell, Mass........ Lowell, Mass. 

12. Raymond E. Michaud Nashua, N.H.. Canada 

Barbara Priscilla Dobens. Nashua, N.H Nashua, N.H. 

11+. Wilbur E. Neal Lexington, Mass Somerville, Mass. 

Ethna P. Hazeltine Chelmsford, Mass Waltham, Mass. 

14* Stephen M. Knight Westford, Mass Lowell, Mass. 

Alma G. Gaudette....*.,.. Chelmsford, Mass. Chelmsford, Mass. 

15. John J. Barrett... Chelmsford, Mass.. Newark, N.J. 

Victoria A. Maolnnis..... South Braintree, Mass East Boston, Mass. 

20. Richard LeRoy Barker .... . Chelmsford, Mass.. • Concord, Mass. 

Alice Miriam Shannon..... Littleton, Mass Lynn, Mass. 

2i4.. William E. O'Brien Chelmsford, Mass.. Lowell, Mass. 

Lavina (Brule) O'Brien... Chelmsford, Mass. Canada 

27. Donald L. Knight Chelmsford, Mass.......... Billerica, Mass. 

Jeanette C. Hornbrook.. .. Westford, Mass Boston, Mass. 

28. Philip Henry Goulding.... Lowell, Mass.. Clinton, Mass. 

Thelma Evelyn Hansen..... Chelmsford, Mass. Lowell, Mass. 

30. Eugene A. Garner Denver, Colorado... Denver, Colorado 

Charlotte E. Rediker Chelmsford, Mass Bangor, Maine 

July 3* Andrew A. Houle • Lowell, Mass... Lowell, Mass. 

Estelle Y. L'Heureux Chelmsford, Mass. Lowell, Mass* 

3. Jason H. French ^helmsford, Mass Belmont, Mass* 

Violet H. Howard......... Chelmsford, Mass. Chelmsford, Mass. 

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Jul. 11. Donald L. Mewhinney Chelmsford, Mass Terr* Haute, Ind. 

Elizabeth Page Riegol.... Chelmsford, Mass Washington, D.C. 

12. Lawrence W. Day Lowell, Maas Nova Scotia, Can. 

Lucille L. Gaudette Chelmsford, Mass. Chelmsford, Mass* 

lU. Victor A. Gaudette Chelmsford, Mass. Chelmsford, Mass. 

Charlene Soule Kent Manchester, N.H Chelsea, Mass. 

16. James Lawrence Searle.... Natick, Mass. Beverly, Mass. 

Cecilia Mary Boudreau.... Newton, Mass Newton, Mass. 

18. Perry T. Snow. Chelmsford, Mass. Chelmsford, Mass. 

Helen Sansbury Chapman... St. Paul, Minn St. Paul, Minn. 

19* Eric Judd Billerica, Mass Lowell, Mass. 

Sally Hale Hemenway Chelmsford, Mass. Chelmsford, Mass. 

23. Leo J. Donahue San Diego, Calif Cambridge, Mass. 

Grace F. Stott. Chelmsford, Mass Lowell, Mass. 

Aug. 1. Louis Philip Blaokburn... Chicoutimi, P.Q...I Chicoutimi, P.Q. 

Annette Beatrioe Tremblay Chelmsford, Mass Lowell, Mass. 

1. John B. LeMasurier Chelmsford, Mass Chelmsford, Mass. 

Catherine W. Fisher Pawtuoket, R.I Pawtucket, R.I. 

1. Caleb G. Blaisdell Chelmsford, Mass New Harbor, Maine 

Clare V.'illiams Chelmsford, Mass Men don, Mass. 

1. Albert P. Burke Wakefield, Mass..... Wakefield, Mass. 

Helena D. Juan Chelmsford, Mass London, England 

8. Charles F. Donaldson Chelmsford, Mass. Manchester, N.H. 

Gladys L. Abbott Chelmsford, Mass. Clifton, N.J. 

8. Malcolm Kenyon MoKown.... Fort Devens, Mass Lisbon, N.H. 

Jane Gertrude Garrow..... Chelmsford, Mass Brewster, Mass. 

8. Carl F. Sundquist Lowell, Mass Lowell, Mass. 

Dorothy M. Babcook Chelmsford, Mass. Boston, Mass, 

9* Edmond Remiliard.. Manchester, N.H... Manchester, N.H. 

Rita E. Gravel Lowell, Mass....... Manchester, N.H. 

12. Frank James Wilson Carlisle, Mass Providence, R. I. 

Ruth Emma Clark. Chelmsford, Mass Carlisle, Mass. 

13. Frank E. Mello Jr Chelmsford, Mass. ...... ... Chelmsford, Mass* 

Mildred R. Joyce Lowell, Mass • Lowell, Mass* 

16. Gerard P. Cloutier.. Lowell, Mass. Lowell, Mass* 

Shirley E. Baldwin....... Chelmsford, Mass • Lowell, Mass. 

21. George E. Burton. • Chelmsford, Mass.... • Cushing, Maine 

Margaret K. McDowell..... Chelmsford, Mass. Glascow, Scotland 

21).. D. Paul Berry Lowell, Mass Lowell, Mass. 

Veronica M. McTeague Chelmsford, Mass Chelmsford, Mass, 

29. John D, Keener Boswell, Okla Boswell, Okla. 

Rita D. Baioit * Chelmsford, Mass Lowell, Mass. . 

Sept. 5. Robert Winslow Gray...... Chelmsford, Mass • Lowell, Mass. 

Harriet Esther Bell Lowell, Mass. Lowell, Mass* 

6* Norman W. Leedberg Chelmsford, Mass..... Chelmsford, Mass* 

Dorothy L. Charette Dracut, Mass. Lowell, Mass. 

9. Philip Charles Gurry Chelmsford, Mass • Caribou, Maine 

Alice Virginia Miller.... Chelmsford, Mass Freeport, Maine 

12. Henry R. Chenevert Lowell, Mass. Lowell, Mass* 

Mary Teresa Shaw Chelmsford, Mass... . ...... Lowell, Mass. 

13* Warren A. Anderson Weymouth, Mass • Middleborough, Mass, 

Annan L. Calder Chelmsford, Mass..... Acton, Mass. 

16. Alonzo L. Bowden Billerica, Mass East Boston, Mass. 

Doris J. Jones Chelmsford, Mass.. Lowell, Mass* 

19* Robert J. Knapp Chelmsford, Mass. Lowell, Mass* 

Gloria M. Howland Chelmsford, Mass Lowell, Mass* 

20. Francis Richard Foster... Lowell, Mass Lowell, Mass* 

Irene Beatrice Boucher... Chelmsford, Mass Chelmsford, Mass* 

Oot* U. Kendell sterling Par lee.. Chelmsford, Mass.......... Chelmsford, Mass, 

Elsie Mary Ayotte Chelmsford, Mass Chelmsford, Mass. 



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Oot. U* Roland S. Johnson Chelmsford, Mass Westford, Mass. 

HI. Eleanor Bow en Lowell, Mass. Lowell, Mass* 

9. Charles Martin Brown E. Weymouth, Mass E. Weymouth, Mass. 

Olive J. Courchaine...... Chelmsford, Mass Lowell, Mass, 

10. Frank Lynn Keller Chelmsford, M ass..., New York City 

Leona Strakosch New Y or k, N.Y New York, N.Y. 

10. Ernest a. Richardson Chelmsford, Mass Woodbury, Vt. 

Rita Parmentier. Westford, Mass Lowell, Mass. 

11. Homer Lee Smith Granite, Okla Wiilor Grove, Term 

Gena Pettazani Chelmsford, Mass Wareham, Mass. 

11. Waldo S. Leedberg Chelmsford, Mass Chelmsford, Mass. 

Margaret K. Hogan Lowell, Mass Lowell, Mass. 

ih, Harold L. Mason Lowell, Mass Lowell, Mass. 

Mary L. Clark... Chelmsford, %.ss Lowell, Mass. 

17* Arthur F. Sheehan Lowell, Mass Lowell, Mass. 

Leonora A. Locapo. Chelmsford, Mass. Chelmsford, Mass. 

19. Arthur McQuade Jr... Syracuse, N.Y Syracuse, N.Y. 

Frances Dorothy Durfee... Lowell, Mass.............. North Adams, Mass. 

21. Daniel J. Flanagan Newport, N.H Lowell, Mass. 

Dorothy M L'Heureux Chelmsford, Mass.... • Lowell, Mass. 

22. Leo P. Bellavance.. Nashua, N.H Nashua, N.H. 

Delia C. Donahue.. Nashua, N.H... Nashua, N.H. 

2k* Harry C. Bowen Chelmsford, Mass. Lowell, Mass. 

Lula Lingard Chelmsford, Mass.... Canada 

2^. Donald M Skauen Newton, Mass.... West Newton, Mass. 

Rachel M. Burns Chelmsford, Mass.. . ....... Leominster, Mass. 

25* Paul J. Christoun... Lowell, Mass.. .......... .. Lowell, Mass. 

Evelyn E. Fields Chelmsford, Mass. Amherst, N.S. 

25* Leonard A. McCallum Chelmsford, Mass Canada 

Mary (Manion) King....... Chelmsford, Mass. Ely, Vt. 

Nov. 7. Nicholas P. Capuano Chelmsford, Mass Lowell, Mass. 

Lillian A. Harvey • Lowell, Mass...... Lowell, Mass. 

7. George K. Culp Jr........ Walsh, Colorado Arnett, Okla. 

Rita M. Falardeau Lowell, Mass..... Lowell, Mass. 

8. Harold Hindman.... Chelmsford, Mass. East Orange, N.J. 

Evelyn ^reedman Haverhill, Mass Haverhill, Mass. 

11. John Francis Corcoran.... Methuen, Mass.... Lawrence, Mass. 

Mary Rita Ryan Chelmsford, Mass.. • Chelmsford, Mass. 

12* Carl James Brown Chelmsford, Mass. Canada 

Catherine Emma Dupuis.... Lowell, Mass. Lowell, Mass. 

lij.. Charles McEnnis Chelmsford, Mass..... Chelmsford, M a ss. 

Martha Alexander Kirk.... Chelmsford, Mass. • Chelmsford, Mass. 

26. Joseph A. Killeen Lowell, Mass.. ........ . .. . Lowell, Mass. 

Rachel E. Knight... Chelmsford, Mass..... Billerica, Mass. 

26. Vincent Murtaugh Borrows. Chelmsford, Mass.. Lowell, Mass. 

Dorothy Grace Bray Chelmsford, Mass.. Ytoburn, Mass. 

28. William D. Bell Lowell, Mass 1'yngsboro, Mass. 

Rita Avis Sullivan. .... .. Lowell, Mass Westboro, Mass. 

28. John Vinal Petterson Chelmsford, Mass Chelmsford, Mass. 

Hilda Bertha Blanchard... Westford, Mass.... Lowell, Mass. 

Dec. 1+. Lawrence Albert Bearoe... Carlisle, Mass... Carlisle, Mass. 

Irma Dorothy Stanton Chelmsford, ^ss Boston, Mass. 

6. Donald William MacLean... Chelmsford, Mass Chelmsford, Mass. 

Evelyn Corinne Lanoie.... Providence, R. I. Providence, R. I. 

6. Francis Arthur Curit Manchester, N.H. Manchester, N.E. 

Adeline Myrtle Bartlett.. Chelmsford, ^ass Chelmsford, ^ss. 

13. John Vernon Carten Woonsocket, R.I. Watertown, Mass. 

Dorothy Elaine Lewis..... Chelmsford, Mass.. Nova Scotia, Canada 

li4.. Herbert Hodgson Chelmsford, Mass.... • Lowell, Mass. 

Clarice I. Scott.... Chelmsford, Mass Lowell, Mass. 

2iu Thomas W. Sugden Jr Chelmsford, Mass Hudson, Mass. 

Glendyse E. Petterson.... Chelmsford, Mass Chelmsford, Mass. 

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Df>c.2l+. William J. dmeraon Lowell, Mass.. Chelmsford, Mass. 

Dorothy £. Pond Chelmsford, Mass.... Westford, %sc. 

26. John Harper Brotz. ...... . Chelmsford, Mass Lowell, Mass. 

Dorothy E. 'loorehouse. . . . Chelmsford, "ass..... Lowell, Mass. 

31. Warren Carl Caton Chelmsford, Maes Lowell, Mass. 

Ruth Amelia Husson Cholmsford, Maes. Chelmsford, Mase . 



DEATHS 
Date Name Year s 

Jan. U. Clyde Raymond Perry 53 

Husband of Mary Kelly 

5. Laura L. Prichard 90 

Widow of Franois W. Prichard 

8. Elizabeth Sears 13 

10. Warren Joseph Gould 80 

Widower of Lizzie Nutting Gould 

15. John W. Baker 80 

Husband of Ida Sherman 

18* George Henry Smith.... • 83 

Husband of Ella (Dow) Smith 

19. Frank E. Biokford 77 

Widower of Lillian A. Maonutt 

20. Alfred F. Reno 77 

Widower of Ann Jane McClure 

13. Andrew Greska., 62 

Husband ofMarcella (Not Learned) __ 
Feb. 2. Henry L. '.Vatson . 77 

Widower of Emma J. Southard 
12. James W. Stevens 73 

Widower of Delia L. Sutler 
1I+. John Joseph Reedy. 52 

Husband of Elizabeth Nardin 
23. Ned R. Young 68 5 15 

Husband ofEffie C. Johnston 
23. Stillborn 

Mar. 11. Grace Hathaway 63 9 17 

Widow of Charles Hathaway 

12. Sarah J. Stewart Ik 21 

Wife of Thomas H. Stewart 
13* Edmund ^yan 71 

Widower of Mary O'Connor 
2h, William Mi lo Farr ell 67 10 13 

Widower of Lena G. Lover ing 
31. Susan White 62 

Wife of James A. White 

Apr. 1* Samuel Smith 68 6 14 

1. Charlotte May Parkhurst 9k 10 21 

11. Hannah J. Woodhead 76 

Wife of Joseph C. Vfoodhead 

13. Anthony Si lva kl 7 '11 

16. Stella Lu la Wright 69 5 18 

Wife of George S. Wright 

19. Stillborn 

20. Edwin A. Ball 76 11 22 

Widower of Cora M Whiting 

20. Lillian G. Searle 77 7 12 

22. Emma Rondeau Wood 76 

Widow of Arthur F. Wood 



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Apr. 29. Donald Ancus MacPhee 46 2 21 

Husband of Gertrude Roberts 

May U- Margaret Moison 82 

Widow of William M. Moison 
U* Johanna (Genter) Nilsson . I4J4. 9 23 

Wife of ^rail A. Nilsson 
I4.. Phoebe McMullen Zervoudakis. .. • • 65 

Wife of Peter Zervoudakis 

5. Robert J. Fleming . 66 10 

Husband of Adeline Johnston 
9* Jennie Adelia Lyons 73 5 21 

Widow of Charles Lyons 
10. George Knox 65 1 li+ 

Husband of Charlotte A. Holgate 
12. Mary L. Dur gin 75 H 19 

Widow of George A. Durgin 
12. Georgianna (Smith) Stephens 85 8 23 

Wife of Samuel G. Stephens 
15. Minot Henery Lover ing. 73 k 27 

Widower of Sarah Wood 
15. Henry J. Mahoney 78 

Widower of Catherine Cain 

17. Martin McAndrews. 69 

17. Frank harden Whitney 85 5 

"Widow er of Cora L. Call 

June 2 . Viola A. Hamblett 86 9 

6. Avis A, Robinson 68 

Widow of Arthur S. Robinson 

7. Lome F. Howard 31 

Husband of Betty J. Chambers 
9* Zephaniah Prosser.. 73 

Div. Husband of Sadie Preston 
10. Josephine (Roy) Lahaise. 79 

Wife of Amedee i-<ahaise 
23 . Edward Fairburn 7U 

Widower of Mary J. Shaunessy 

28 . Reuben Cain Parker 83 

Widower of Hactie Law 

29. Minnetta K. Holden 78 

Widow of Edward D. Holden 

15. Ernest Kahn... 16 

July7. Joseph Landry. 67 

Husband of Jennie Farrow 
12. Hector Sutherland 88 

Widower of Margaret Fraser 
14 • Alice Shepherd Marinel 75 

Wife of John Marinel 

25. Bertha Carnegie Clark 55 

Wife of Dana W. Clark 

27. Hannah (Fell) Whitehead 75 

Widow of Joseph Whitehead 

26. Stanley Yesohanin • 18 

Augl 1 . Rudolph Haberman . . 77 

Widower of Emma Ellida Kruse 

Sept 1. Wilfred J. LeBourdais. Ub 

Husband of Rosalie Lambert 

13. Talbot Bowen • 46 

ill. Catherine W. (Chohesy) Vayo....... UU 

Wife of Myles c. Vayo 

17* Arthur J. Lambert..*. 18 

June 12. Frederick Mos ley. • 59 

Husband or Hattie Mos ley 

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Sept. 18,Alta V. Paquette 60 — — 

Wife of James A. Paquette 

21. Geqrge A. McNulty 73 

Husband of Mien Hourke 

Oct. 6. Edward Warren Freeman 57 11 10 

Husband of Edith I. Me.c'Klroy 

6. Albert Stopherd 81+ 3 26 

Widower of ^mma barker 

8. Ohlga C. Maodonald 5U 9 27 

Wife of Harold D. Macdonald 

17. Emil Johnson 58 5 15 

23. Allen Buckminster 90 I). 15 

Husband of Lucy F. Hadley 

26. Adelaide E. Roes Lovell 78 6 25 

Wife of John G. Lovell 

28. Emma (Garneau) Lessard.. 73 

Wife of Richard Lessard 

Nov. 1. Arthur Harrison Burndrett Jr — — I4. 

2. Lettie Waite 8I4. — 

Widow of Augustus Waite 

U. Theodule Lambert.. • 77 5 21 

Husband of Odelie Aiiard 

5* John A. Connor..... 3 3 16 

5. Charles E. Brown 83 3 17 

Widower of Minnie A Brown 

11. Hannah Johnson Christianson 63 6 18 

Wife of John F. Christianson 

12. Nettie A. Blaisdell Cambridge 80 13 

Widow of Fernando U. Cambridge 

15. Patriok J. Welch 78 

Widower of Catherine Welch 

16. Ellen Armine Cook Trubey 76 9 23 

Wife of Arthur W. Trubey 

22. Samuel Leslie Barnard 77 5 27 

Widower of Emma Lesuer 
26. Ella B. Durrell Luxford ...75 7 23 

Wife of Alvah J. Luxford 
26. Ellen S (Lunberg) Johnson 58 10 26 

Wife of John L. Johnson 

29. Phoebe (Haley) Uobbs 78 6 3 

Widow of John Dobbs 

29. Catherine Farley 83 

30. Sophia A.E. Cleghorn 1+7 1 3 

Wife of Thomas J. Cleghorn 

30. Donald J. MacRitohie 55 

Husband of Violet F. Caton MacRitchie., . 

Dec. 6. Stillborn 

7. Edward James Brotz 62 10 3 

Husband of Eva Decatur 

9. Clarence A. DeCarteret 18 3 29 

14. Clarence J. Leavitt • 54 

13. Mar go-ret Lynch 87 

18. Margaret M. (stott) Wright 78 9 k 

Widow of Walter G. Wright 

23. Margaret Wetherbee. ............. .. I4I4. 3 23 

Wife of Clarenoe H. Wetherbee 

23. Dorothy Kennedy L\2 1 18 

Wife of Gerald M. Kennedy 
2i+. Reid; — — — 7 Hours 

24. Reid — — — 6 Hour3 

25. Ida Trowbridge Swett..... 85 8 9 

Widow of George W. Swett 

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WARRANT FOR ANNUAL TOWN MEETING 
MARCH 2, 19142 and MARCH 9, 19l*2. 

COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS 

MIDDLESEX, SS. 

To Vinson C» Reid, Constable, or any suitable person of the Town of 
Chelmsford. 

GREETING: 

In the name of the Commonwealth aforesaid, you are hereby requested to 
notify and warn the legal voters of said Chelmsford to meet in their several 
polling plaoes,vizt 

Precinct l.Town Hall, Chelmsford Centre 
Preoinot 2,Town Hall,North Chelmsford 
Preoinot 3«Fire House,West Chelmsford 
Precinct l+.School House, taat Chelmsford 
Precinct 5 9 TAberty Hall, South Chelmsford 
Preoinot 6. Golden Cove Sohool House,Westlands 

On Monday, the Second day of March, 191*2, being the first Monday in said month, at 
12 o'clock noon,for the following purposes: 

To bring in their votes for the following offioers: 

Moderator for one year. 

Town Clerk for three years. 

One Selectman for three years* 

One Member of the Board of Public Welfare for three years. 

Treasurer and Tax Collector for three years. 

One Assessor for three years. 

Tree Warden for three years. 

One Member of the Board of Health for three years. 

One Member of the Board of Health for one year to fill an unexpired term. 

One School Committee Member for three years. 

One Cemetery Commissioner for three years. 

One Park Commissioner for three years. 

Two Trustees of Adams Library for three years. 

One Sinking Fund Commissioner for three years. 

Three Members of the Planning Board for five years. 

One Constable for one year. 

All on one ballot. 

The polls will be open from 12 noon to 8 P.M. and to meet in the High School 
Auditorium in Chelmsford on the following Monday, the 9th day of March, 19i»2 at 7«30 
o'clock in the evening,then and there to act upon the following articles, viz: 

ARTICLE 1. 

To hear reports of Town Officers and Committees;or act in relation 
thereto. 

ARTICLE 2. 

To raise and appropriate suoh sums of money as may be required to de- 
fray Town charges for the current yearjor act in relation thereto. 

ARTICLE 3. 

To see if the Town will authorise the Selectnen to act as its agent in 
any suit or suits which may arise during the current year,with authority to settl* 
and adjust claims or demands for or against the Town; and to employ counsel when 
ever in their judgement it is necessary;or act in relation thereto. 

ARTICLE 1+. 

To see if the Town will authorize the Treasurer with the approval of 

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the Selectmen, to borrow money in anticipation of revenue of the current financial 
yearior aot in relation thereto, 

MTI CLE 5. 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a sufficient sum 
of money with whioh to meet unpaid bills for the year 19Ul;or aot in relation 
thereto. 

AMI CLE 6. 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Three 
Hundred and 6l/l00 Dollars ($300»6l),or some other sum, for the purpose of defray 
ing the Town's share of the expense of the Surplus Commodities of the Commonwealth 
of Massachusetts; or aot in relation thereto. 

ARTICLE 7. 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Two 
Thousand One Hundred Thirty Eight and 51/IOO Dollars(|2,l3B.5l) to pay the 
County of Middlesex, as required by law, the Town's share of the Middlesex County 
Tuberculosis Hospital as assessed in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 
111 of the General Laws; or aot in relation thereto. 

ARTICLE 8. 

To see what action the Town desires to take in the matter of disposing 
of certain properties aimed by Joseph Steinberg^now or formerly, comprising of the 
following parcels: one lot of land containing about one and two thirds acres near 
Crystal Lake;one lot of land containing about 13,000 square feet near Crystal 
Lake; one lot of land containing about 7,dUU square feet of land near Crystal ^ake; 
one lot of land containing about three and one half acre3 near Crystal ^ake^he 
same having been foreclosed in Land Court by the Town Treasurer of the Town of 
Chelm8ford;or act in relation thereto. 

ARTICLE 9. 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Twelve 
Hundred Dollars, (#1,200.00) or some other sum,for the purpose of foreclosing tax 
titles held by the Town of Chelmsford;or aot in relation thereto. 

ARTICLE 10. 

To see if the Town will vote to request the Department of Corporations 
and Taxation, Division of Accounts, to make an audit of all of the Town of Chelmsford 
accounts; or aot in relation thereto. 

ARTICLE 11. 

To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Treasurer to execute on 
behalf of the Town discharges in proper form of bonds and mortgages given to the 
Treasurer or to the Town under the provisions of Chapter 118A of the General Laws 
and amendments thereto, and to ratify and oonfirm the action heretofore of the 
Treasurer in executing on behalf of the Town discharges in proper form of bonds 
and mortgages given to the Treasurer or to the Town under the provisions of Chapt 
er 118A of the General Laws and amendments thereto;or act in relation thereto. 

ARTICLE 12. 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a certain sum of 
money for the purpose of purchasing an automobile for the Police Department, 
said purchase *to be made under the supervision of the Board of Selectmen; or aot 
in relation thereto. 

ARTICLE 13. 

In the event of an affirmative vote under Article 12, to see if the 
Town will authorize the Selectmen to transfer by good and sufficient bill of 
sale a Plymouth automobile now owned by the Police Department; or act in relation 
thereto. 

ARTICLE Ik, 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of 
Thirty Five Hundred Dollar3($35 00 ) or some other sum, for the purpose of recon 
structing the Boston Road, contingent upon the State and County contributing to 
ward the cost; or act in relation thereto. 

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ARTICLE 15. 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a sum of money 
for the purpose of carrying on Federal and State Projects, the oost of administ- 
ration, and the oost of materials and supplies for same;or act in relation thereto. 

ARTICLE 16. 

To see if the Town will vote to transfer, appropriate and expend from 
the fund entitled "Sales of Cemetery Lots", a certain sum of money for the purpose 
of the installation of a water system in the Pine Ridge Cemetery and grading in 
the Fairview Cemetery} or act in relation thereto. 

ARTICLE 17. 

To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Cemetery Commissioners 
to ao-'oint any or all of the members of said Board as laborers to work in the 
cemeteries for the same compensation pe •.- hour as the superintendents; or act in 
relation thereto, 

ARTICLE 18. 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a certain sum of 
money for the reconstruction of Davis Road;or act in relation thereto. 

ARTICLE 19. 

To see if the Town will vote to accept title to the. following lots of 

land: 

First :From Mary A. Gamage,lots numbered one and two in Block C on a 
plan of land entitled "Plan of Westford Aores" recorded in the Middlesex 
North District "egistry of Deeds and supposed to contain about 5»293 
square feet of land. 

Second;From William H. Helleur,lots 6I4. and 65 at Anglus Park, sheet one 
on a plan of land owned by Henry 0. Brooks and recorded in the 
Middlesex North District Registry of Deeds, Book of Plans l+S.Plan 73 
and supposed to contain about 3»8^7 square feet of land. 

ARTICLE 20. 

To see if the Town will vote to change the name of Hall Street to 
Hall Road;or act in relation thereto. 

ARTICLE 21. 

To see if the Town will vote to change the name of Twist Road to 
Lake Street; or act inrelation thereto. 

ARTICLE 22. 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a certain 
sum of money to purohase a dump truck for the Highway Department; or act in 
relation thereto. 

ARTICLE 23. 

In the event of an affirmative vote under Article 22, to see if the 
Town will authorize the Selectmen to transfer by good and sufficient bill of sale 
title to a Ford truck now owned by the Highway Department; or act in relation 
titer eto . 

ARTICLE 2J+. 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a sum of money 
for the purpose of purchasing a small truck for the Highway Department; or act 
in relation thereto. 

ARTICLE 25. 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of 
Twenty Five Hundred Dollars ($2500) or some other sum for the purpose of defrajr 
ing the oost of the protection of lives and propertyin conjunction with National 
Defense;or act in relation thereto. 



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ARTICLE 26. 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Three 
Hundred Seventy Seven and 06/100 Dollars (tf3/7«06) or some other sum ,for the 
purpose of defraying the cost of Vocational Miuoation;or act in relation thereto. 

ARTICLE 27. 

To see xf the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sua of Fifteen 
Hundred Dollars ($1500) or some other sum for the pur ose of defraying the cost of 
the Surveying W.P.A. Project; or act in relation thereto. 

ARTICLE 28: 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of One 
Hundred Fifty Dollars ($150) or some other sum, for the purpose of surveying 
certain Town Roads;or act in relation thereto. 

ARTICLE 29. 

To see if the Town will vote to transfer from the Machinery Fund 
the sum of Fifteen Hundred Dollars ($1500) or some other sum, to the Machinery 
Account, and to raise and appropriate the sum of Twenty Five Hundred Dollars 
($2500) to be applied to the Machinery Aooount;or act in relation thereto. 

ARTLCLE 30. 

To see if the Town will vote to aooept a portion of Delwood Road 
as laid out by the Selectmen, as shown by their report and plan duly filed in 
the office of the Town Clerk; or act in relation thereto. 

ARTICLE 31. 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a sum of money 
for the purpose of reconstructing Delwood Road; or act in relation thereto. 

ARTICLE 32. 

To see if the Town will vote to accept a portion of Tbbin Ave. as 
laid out by the Selectmen, as shown by their report and plan duly filed in the 
offioe of the Town Clerk;or act in relation thereto. 

ARTICLE 33. 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a sum of money 
for the purpose of reconstructing Tobin Ave; or act in relation thereto. 

ARTICLE 3I4.. 

To see if the Town will vote to accept Cortez Street as laid out by 
the Selectmen, as shown by their report and plan duly filed in the offioe of the 
Town Clerk;or act inrelation thereto. 

ARTICLE 35. 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a sum of money 
for the purpose of reconstructing Cortez Street;or act in relation thereto* 

ARTICLE 36. 

To see if the Town will vote to acoept a portion of Coolidge Street 
as ,laid out by the Selectmen,as shown by their report and plan duly filed in 
the office of the Town Clerk;or aot in relation thereto. 

ARTICLE 37. 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a sum of money 
for the puroose of reconstructing a part of Coolidge otre- t;or aot in relation 
thereto . 

ARTICLE 38. 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a oertain sum 
of money for the purpose of defraying the cost of defending and proseouting 
certain legal actions, and to defray the cost of legal services and witness fees; 
or act in relation thereto. 



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ARTICLE $% 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a sum not ezoeed 
ing Two Thousand Dollars ($2000) to be used as a Reserve Fund at the desoretion 
of the Finance Committee, as provided in General Laws, Chapter I4O, Section 6;or act 
in relation thereto. 

ARTICLE UO. 

To see if the Town will vote to adopt an amendment to the Zoning 
By-Laws of the Town of Chelmsford concerning Precinct 6 (Westlands ) , so that 
the Zoning By-Laws in Precinct 6 (Westlands) will read as follows: 

"Precinct 6 (Westlands) 

1. Single Residential Area, 

All the land in this precinct except a parcel of land situated on 
the southerly side of Chelmsford Street,and bounded and described 
as follows {Westerly by Glan Avenue 623»lU feetj Southerly by land 
of the New York,New Haven and Hartford Railroad, 761. 65 feetj Easterly 
by land owned by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts 1+87.28 feet|and 
northerly by Chelmsford Street U92.28 feet. 

ARTICLE 1*1 • 

To see if the Town will vote to accept or adopt the following By-Law: 

"That all articles to be inserted in the Warrant for the annual town 
meeting shall be in the hands of the Chairman of the Board of Select 
men on or before 5 PiM. on January 21, and that the Warrant for the 
annual town meeting shall be posted in one or more public places in 
each precinct of the Town of Chelmsford on or before 12 o'clock noon 
on February l. M 

ANE YOU ARE DIRECTED to serve this Warrant by posting attested copies 
thereof at the Post Offices in the Centre of the Town, South Chelmsford, North 
Chelmsford and West Che lms ford, and at the School House in East Chelmsford, and at 
the Golden Cove School House,Westlands, seven days at Least before the time appoint- 
ed for holding the first meeting aforesaid. 

HEREOF FAIL NOT, and make return of the Yfarrant with your doings there 
on to the Town Clerk at the time and plaoe of holding this meeting aforesaid. 

Given under our hands this twelfth day of February, in the year of our 
Lord,nineteen hundred and forty two. 

Stewart MacKay 
Karl M. Perham 
James A. Grant 
^electaen of Chelmsford. 

RETURN 

COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS 

Middlesex, ss. February 23,19*42 

Pursuant to the within Warrant, I have notified and warned the Inhab- 
itants of the Town of Chelmsford, by posting up attested copies of the same at the 
Post Offices in the Centre of the Town, South Chelmsf ord.North Chelmsford and West 
Chelmsford, and at the School House,East Chelmsford and at the Golden Cove School 
House, Westlands, seven days at least before the time of the meeting as within 
directed. 

Vinson C. Reid 
Constable of Chelmsford. 



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TOWN ELhCTION MARCH 2, lyl£ 

Candidate and Office P-l P-2 P-3 p-i+ P-5 P-6 Total 

Moderator, 1 Year 

Walter Perham, 1+5 Westford St 338 2l+3 32 79 56 172 920 

Blank 10i+ 111 7 11 U+ 26 273 

Total gg 354 g 90 70 198 1193 

Town Clerk, 3 Years 

Harold C. Petterson, Groton Rd 377 291 35 71 61 183 1018 

Blanks 65 63 1+ 19 9 15 175 

Total l4l£ 354 — 59 90 70 19B 1193 

Selectman, 3 Years 

Stewart MacKay, 1+3 Newfield St 321 270 23 63 37 149 863 

Herman L. Puroell, 350 Acton Rd 97 66 ll+ 23 29 38 267 

Blanks 21+ 18 2 U k 11 63 

Total M<2 354 59 90 70 19B 1193 

Board of Publio Welfare, 3 Years 

Stewart MaoKay, 1+3 Newfield St 326 268 29 65 50 I63 901 

Blanks 116 86 10 25 20 35 292 

Total 1442 354 39 90 70 198" 1193 

Town Treasurer and Tax Collector, 3 Years 

Harold C. Petterson, Groton Rd 38O 289 35 69 61 178 1012 

Blanks 62 65 j+ 21 9 20 181 

Total 1+1+2 35U 39 90 70 198 1193 

Assessor, 3 Years 

Carl A. E. Peterson, Dunstable Rd 366 289 31+ 72 58 167 986 

Blanks 76 65 5 18 12 31 207 

Total g| 354 39 90 70 I98 1193 

Tree Warden, 3 Years 

Vincent P. Garvey, Locke Rd 395 274 34 69 61 173 1006 

Blanks 47 80 5 21 9 25 187 

Total J4J42 354 39 96 70 198 1193 

Board of Health, 3 Years 

Raymond H. Greenwood, 23 Fletcher St.. 370 257 34 71 58 161+ 954 

Blanks 72 97 5 19 12 34 239 

Total 1+42 354 39~ 9o 70 ; 19b 1 1193 

Board of Health, 1 Year 

Frederick W. Merrill, Old Westford Rd. 177 164 2]+ 22 29 98 5l4 

Harry L. Shedd, Jr. Boston Rd 230 ll+2 11 63 36 82 56L+ 

Blanks 35 48 4 5 5 18 H5 

Total 41^ 354 39 90 70 "198 1193 

Sohool Committee, 3 Years 

Harold E. Clayton, 8 Westford St 323 212 28 58 26 I5I+ 801 

Raymond A. Reid, 74 Hunt Rd 106 105 1+ 26 kk 1+1 326 

Blanks 13 37 7 6 3 6b 

Total WP 354 39 9o 7o 198 ~ TT9J 

Park Commissioner, 3 Years 

Claude A. Harvey, 38I+ Prinoeton St.... 349 21+3 31 71 58 170 922 

Blanks 93 111 8 19 12 28 271 

Total l+i+2 354 3*9" ~90 ~"7o~19~8"~ ~Tl9j 



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Office and Candidate p-1 p-2 P-3 P-1+ P-5 P-6 Total 

Cemetery Commissioner, 3 Years 

William Bellwood, 20 Newfield St 337 250 29 67 5i+ l6l 898 

Blanks 105 10l+ 10 23 16 37 295 

Total g| y?k 39 90 ~7o~198 119T 

Trustees Adams Library, 3 Years 

E. Wayne Jenkins, 5 Park Rd 298 168 25 1+7 56 125 719 

Edward B. Russell, 63 North Rd. 348 210 32 65 1+8 I65 868 

Blanks 238 330 21 68 36 106 799 

Total 881+ 703 7B ~TB~0 H4O 39 6 23BS 

Planning Board Member, 5 Years 

Sidney E. Dupee, 21+6 Aoton Rd 333 203 3° 57 60 ll+5 828 

John J. Meagher, 73 G orham St... 311 203 30 65 56 ll+O 805 

Howard D. Smith, ll+8 Dal ton Rd 325 196 33 59 58 I5I+ 825 

Blanks 357 1+60 21+ 89 36 155 1121 

Total 1J26 1062 117 27o 210 59U 3579" 

Constable, 1 Year 

Daniel E. Haley, 65 Westford St 203 55 6 1 11 52 328 

Cook 2 2 

Lawrenoe W. Chute,. 20 Asp in St 16 ■ 33 35 81+ 

Jewett ". 10 1 

Reid 10 1 

Blanks 219 266 33 5I+ 59 ll+6 777 

Total gg 35U 39 96 70 198 1193 

Sinking Fund Commissioner, 3 Years... 

Royal Shawoross... 23 3 26 

Pearson 2 2 

Chute.... 10 1 

Parker 10 1 

Silk 10 1 

Blanks 1+11+ 351 39 90 70 198 1162 

Total 1+1+2 35U — 39 — 95 — 70 198 im 



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ANNUAL TOWN MEETING 

Mar oh 9th, 191+2 

The annual town meeting was held on March 9th, 19l»2 at 7:3° P.M. in the High 
School Auditorium. The meeting was called to order by Moderator Walter Perham, 
who requested the Town Clerk, Harold C. Petterson to read the Warrant. After the 
Warrant was partly read a motion was made by Wendell P. Harvey that the reading 
of the remainder of the Warrant be waived, and it was so voted. 

Under Article 1. 

Mr. Royce M. Parker reported for the Committee appointed under artiole 26 
of the Warrant for the annual town meeting held in 19W-* regard oonfering with 
the Lowell Electric Light Corp. to procure a decrease in light and power rates* 
Mr. Parker reported that nothing had been done in this respeot. The report was 
accepted. 

Mr. Edmund J. Welch reported for the Committee appointed at the annual town 
meeting under article 30, regard to confering with the Eastern Massachusetts 
Street Railway Co. to procure lower bus fares and better service. Mr. Welch ex- 
plained in length as to the conference held with that company 1 s official and re- 
ported that nothing to the advantage of the town had been accomplished, however 

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Mr. Welch was of the opinion that if the Committee were allowed to continue that 
probably sometime in the future they may be able to obtain something beneficial 
to the Town. It was voted to have this Committee continue in office. 

The Westland's School Building Conmittee was asked if they had any report 
to make and no one reported for this Committee. 

It was voted that Clifford Hartley serve as a member of the Varney Playground 
Committee for a term of three years. 

It was voted to accept the Town Report as printed. 

Under Artiole Two. 

It was voted to raise and appropriate the following sums of money to defray 
Town charges for the current year as follows: 

Under General Government: 

Moderator's Salary $ 25.00 

Selectmen's Salaries 1000.00 

Selectmen's Administration Expense...... 200.00 

Town Clerk Salary 200.00 

Town Clerk's Expense 225.00 

Town Accountant's Salary 2,000.00 

Town Accountant's Expense 150.00 

Town Accountant' 8 Clerk's Salary........ i+00.00 

Collector and Treasurer's Salary 2,500.00 

Collector and Treasurer's Expense....... 1,800.00 

Collector and Treasurer's Clerk's Salary 1,01+0.00 

Collector and Treasurer's Bond • 56$»00 

Assessor's Salaries 3*000,00 

Assessor's Expense...... 75®. 00 

Assistant Assessor and Clerk.. 61|0 .00 

Town Counsel Salary 300.00 

Finance Committee Expense. • 20.00 

Registrars Salaries and Expense 1,720.00 

Election, Salaries and Expenses.... 800,00 

Publio Buildings, Janitors Salaries 1,386.00 

Public Buildings, Fuel, Light and Water. 1,500.00 

Public Buildings, Other Expense 1+00.00 

Building Inspector 300.00 

Total for General Government ' $20,921.00 

Protection of Persons and Property: 

Police Department, Chief's Salary ? 2,100.00 

Police Department, Patrolmen's Salaries. 3»750»0° 

Polioe Department, (Speoial and School).. 1,895.00 

Police Department, Other Expenses 2,115.00 

Fire Deparianent Administration l+,l+00.00 

Fire Department, Labor and Exp. at Fires 900.00 

Fire Department, Maintenance 3»700.00 

Hydrant Service, Centre 2,000.00 

Hydrant Service, North 500.00 

Hydrant Service, East 2,200.00 

Hydrant Servioe, South 1,000.00 

Sealer of Weights and Measures... 175 »00 

Moth Department 1,500.00 

Tree Warden 300.00 

Forest Fire Department 900,00 

Total for Protection of Persons and Prop- " $27,1+35 »00 
erty. 

Health and Sanitation: 

Board of Health Salaries $ 700.00 



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Board of Health, Agent's Salary.. $ 1,800.00 

Board of Health, Maintenance 300.00 

Board of Health Aid 2,000.00 

Board of Health, Meat Inspection.. 65O.OO 

Board of Health,Milk Inspection 315.00 

Board of Health, Animal Inspection 200.00 

Board of Health, Plumbing Inspection 500.00 

Board of Health, Physicians Salaries 100.00 

Board of Health, Vaccine treatment.. 1|Q0.00 

Board of Health, Care of Dumps 500.00 

Total for Health and Sanitation ' $ 7,1*65.00 

Highways: 

Superintendent's Salary $ 2,000.00 

General Highways 19,000.00 

Clerk i4.OO.OO 

Machinery Aooount 1,500.00 

Resurfacing Materials 10,000.00 

Snow Removal 2,000.00 

Chapter 90 Work 2,500.00 

Street Lighting.... 10,175.00 

Street Signs 75.00 

Setting Grades on New Streets.. •• 150.00 

Total for Highways..... $ 47,800.00 

Department of Publio Welfare: 

Board of Publio Welfare Salaries # 325.00 

Board of Public Welfare, Maintenance 200.00 

Clerk Hire I,0it0.00 

Agents Salary...... 1,000.00 

Outside Relief Inc. other cities and towns 11,500.00 

Aid to Dependent Children 6,000.00 

Infirmary Supt. Salary.. 900.00 

Infirmary Expense. 3,100.00 

Soldier's Benefits 4,1400 .00 

Total for Department of Public Welfare... $ 28,1+65.00 

Department of Old Age Assistance: 

Old Age Assistance $ 142,800.00 

Old Age Assistance Investigator's Salary. 1,200.00 

Old Age Assistance Maintenance... 100.00 

Total for Old Age Assistance $ l4l4.flOO.OO 

School Department: 

Administration. I4., 025.00 

Instruction 91,900.00 

Janitors. 11,500.00 

Operation and Maintenance 10,100.00 

Auxiliary Agencies 12,325.00 

New Equipment 200.00 

Care of playgrounds 5 00. 00 

Total for School Department """"' '% 130,550.00 

Vocational School: 

D g Tax Plus I 1,000.00 

Total for Vocational School..... $ 1,000.00 

Libraries: 

Adams Library $ 2,1*00.00 

North Chelmsford Library 1,200.00 

Total for Libraries % 3,600.00 

Cemeteries: 

Commissioner's Salaries ,$ 105.00 

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Care of Cemeteries j) 2,800.00 

Total far cemeteries $ 2, 905. 00 

Recreation and Unclassified.. *. 

Parks 1,300.00 

Memorial Day 1*00.00 

Town Clock 50.OO 

Public Buildings Insuranoe... 2,1(50.00 

Bond, Treasurer Sinking Fund 50.00 

Constable 12.00 

Rent American Legion Quarters... . 300.00 

Town Reports (Planographing-Delivery- 

Express- Finanoe Committee Reports..... 659.66 

Varney Playground 600.00 

Dog Officer's Fees..... 75*00 

Planning Board, Misc. Expense.., 100.00 

Appeal Board » 150.00 

Clam Purification 1.00 

Total for Recreation and Unclassified.... ~~ $ 6,11+7.66 

Under Article 3. 

On a motion made by James A. Grant, it was voted to authorize the Select- 
men to act as its agent in any suit or suits which may arise during the current 
year, with authority to settle and adjust claims or demands for or against the 
Town; and to employ counsel whenever in their judgment it is necessary. 

Under Artiole I4.. 

On a motion made by Harold C. Petterson, it was voted to authorize the Treas- 
urer with the approval of the Selectmen to borrow money from time to time in ant- 
icipation of the revenue of the current financial year beginning January l,19ii2 
and to issue a note or notes therefor payable within one Year. 

Under Artiole 5» 

On a motion made by Stewart MacKay, it was voted to raise and appropriate 
the sum of $2,628.78 to pay unpaid bills for the year 19l+l» under this article 
175 voted (Yes) and 3 voted (No). A four fifths vote was passed. 

Under Artiole 6. 

On a motion made by James A. Grant, it was voted to raise and appropriate 
the sum of $300 .61 for the town's share of the expense of the Surplus Commodities 
of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. 

Under Article 7. 

On a motion made by Stewart MacKay, it was voted to raise and appropriate 
the sum of $2,138.51 to pay the County of Middlesex, as required by law, the Town's 
share of the Middlesex County Tuberculosis Hospital as assessed in accordance with 
the provisions of Chapter 111 of the General Laws. 

Under Article 8. 

On a motion made by Arnold C. Perham, it was voted to authorise the Select- 
men to sell the buildings situated upon the Joseph Steinberg property near Cry- 
stal Lake referred to in article eight, said buildings to be removed from the 
premises. 

Under Article 9. 

On a motion made by Harold C. Petterson, it was voted to raise and appropri- 
ate the sum of $1,200.00 for the purpose of foreclosing tax titles held by the 

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Town, the said tax titles to be foreclosed in Land Court. 

Under Article 10. 

On a motion made by Harold C. Fetter son, it was voted to request the Depart- 
ment of Corporations and Taxation, Division of Accounts to make an audit of all 
of the Town of Chelmsford accounts at their convenience in the year 19^42, and 
that the Town Clerk notify the said Department of such vote. 

Under Article 11. 

On a motion made by Leonard S. MacElroy, it was voted to authorize the Treas- 
urer to execute on behalf of the Town Discharges in proper form of bonds and mort- 
gages given to the Treasurer or to the town under the provisions of Chapter 118a 
of the General Laws and amendments thereto, and to ratify and confirm the action 
heretofore of the Treasurer in executing on behalf of the Town Discharges in pro- 
per form ef bonds and mortgages given to the Treasurer or the Town under the pro- 
visions of Chapter 118A of the General Laws and amendments thereto. 

Under Article 12. 

On a motion made by Stewart ^acKay, it was voted to raise and appropriate 
the sum of $700.00 for the purpose of purchasing an automobile for the Police 
Department, said purchase to be made under the supervision of the Board of Sel- 
ectmen. 

Under Article 13 . 

On a motion made by Stewart MacKay it was voted to authorize the Selectmen 
to transfer by good and sufficient bill of sale, a Plymouth automobile now owned 
by the Police Department. 

Under Artiole li+. 

In regard to the appropriation of $3500.00 for the reconstruction of the 
Boston Road, it was voted to dismiss this artiole. 

Under Article 15 . 

On a motion made by James A. Grant, it was voted to raise and appropriate 
the sum of t^ 9 ^iQ,Q0 for "the purpose of carrying on Fedwal and State Projects, 
the cost of administration, and the cost of materials and supplies for the same* 

Under Article 16. 

On a motion made by Arthur W. House, it was voted to transfer from the fund 
entitled "Sales of Cemetery Lots" Five hundred dollars for the purpose of the in- 
stallation of a water system in the Pine Ridge Cemetery and the expense of grad- 
ing in the Fair view Cemetery. 

Under Article 17, 

On a motion made by Arthur House, it was voted that the Cemetery Commission- 
ers be authorized to appoint and employ any or all of the members of the said 
Board of Cemetery Commissioners to work for said Cemetery Commissioners in any 
of the cemeteries of the town and that their compensation shall be fifty cents per 
hour per man. 

Under Artiele 18. 

In regard to appropriating money for Davis Road, on a motion made by Stewart 
MaoKay, it was voted to dismiss this article. 



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Under Artiole 19. 

On a motion made by Harold C. Petterson it was voted to accept from the fol- 
lowing persons the land hereinafter described: 

From Mary A, Gamage-Lote numbered one and two in Block C, 
on a plan of land entitled "Plan of "estford Acres" recorded 
in the Middlesex North Uistrict Registry of Deeds and sup- 
posed to o on tain about 5293 square feet of land. 

From William H. Helleur, lots 6J± and 65 at Anglus Park, 
as shown on sheet one on a plan of land owned by Henry 0. 
Brooks and reoorded in the Middlesex North Distriot Reg- 
istry of Deeds, Book of Plans J+8, Plan 73 an d supposed to contain 
about 3887 Square feet of land. 

Under Article 20. 

On a motion made by Arnold C. Perham it was voted to change the name of Hall 
Street to Hall Road. 

Under Article 21. 

On a motion made by Arnold C. Perham it was voted to change the name of Twist 
Road to Lake Street. 

Under Article 22. 

On a motion made by James A. Grant it was voted to raise and appropriate the 
sum of $1,100.00 to purchase a dump truck for the Highway Department. 

Under Article 23. 

On a motion made by Stewart MacKay it was voted to authorize the Selectmen 
to transfer by good and sufficient bill of sale title to the Ford truck now Owned 
by the Highway Deparianent. 

Under Article 2k» 

On a motion made by Stewart MacKay to raise and appropriate the sum of $750 «00 
for the purpose of purchasing a small truck for the highway department, this mot- 
ion was lost. 

Under Article 25. 

On a motion made by James A. Grant it was voted to raise and appropriate the 
sum of $2500,00 for the purpose of defraying the cost of the protection of lives 
and property in conjunction with National Defense, thi3 expenditure to be made 
under the supervision of the Board of Selectmen. 

Under Article 26. 

On a motion made by James A, Grant it was voted to raise and appropriate the 
sum of $377.06 for ihe purpose of defraying the oost of vocational education. 

Under Artiole 27. 

On a motion made by Carl A, E, Peterson to raise and appropriate the sum of 
$1500,00 for the purpose of carrying on the Surveying Project commenced a6 a W, 
P,A, Project, this motion was lost. 

Under Article 28, 

'In regard to appropriating the sum of +I50.OO for the purpose of surveying 

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certain torn roads, on a motion made by Stewart MacKay, it was voted to dismiss 
this article. 

Under Article 29. 

On a motion made by James A. Grant, it was voted to transfer from the Mach- 
inery Fund the sum of #1500.00 to the Machinery Account), and to raise and appro- 
priate the sum of $2500.00 to be applied to the Machinery Acoount. 

Under Article 30. 

On a motion made by James A. Grant, it was voted to accept a portion of Del- 
wood Road, as laid out by the Selectmen as shown by their report and plan duly 
filed in the Office of the Town Clark. 

Under Article ^1. 

In regard to appropriating money for the reconstruction of Delwood Road, on 
a motion made by James A. Grant, it was voted to dismiss this article. 

Under Article 32. 

On a motion made by Stewart MacKay it was voted to accept a portion of Tobin 
Avenue as laid out by the Selectmen, as shown by their report and plan duly filed 
in the office of the Town Clerk. 

Under Article 53* 

In regard to appropriating money for the purpose of reconstructing Tobin 
Ave. on a motion made by Stewart MacKay, it was voted to dismiss this article. 

Under Article 3I4.. 

On a motion made by James A. Grant it was voted to aooept Cortez Street as 
laid out by the Selectmen as shown by their report and plan duly filed in the 
office of the Town Clerk. 

Under Article 35 • 

In regard to appropriating money for the reconstruction of Cortez Street, 
on a motion made by James A . Grant, it was voted to dismiss this article. 

Under Article 36 • 

Under this article the Moderator ruled that no aotion could be taken as the 
plan filed referred to *iarding Street and the article referred to Coolidge Street. 

Under Article 37 • 

In regard to appropriating money for reconstruction of Coolidge Street, it 
was voted to dismiss this article* 

Under Artiole $8, 

On a motion made by John H. Valentine, it was voted to raise and appropriate 
the sum of $900.00 for the purpose of defraying the cost of defending and prose- 
cuting certain legal actions, and to defray the cost of legal services and Witness 
fees. 

Under Article 39. 

On a motion made by Howard Smith it was voted to raise and appropriate the 
sum of $2000.00 to be used as a reserve fund at the discretion of the Finance 
Committee, as provided in General Laws, Chapter i|D, Section 6. 

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Under Article 1+0. 

In regard to an amendment of the Zoning By-Laws on a motion made by John C. 
Donohoe, it was voted to dismiss this article. 

Under Article I4I. 

On a motion made by Harold C. Petterson it was voted to adopt the following 
by-law: 

"That all articles to be inserted in the Warrant for the annual town meet- 
ing shall be in the hands of the ^hairman of the ^oard of Selectmen on or before 
5 P.M. on January 21st and that the warrant for the annual town meeting shall be 
posted in one or more publio places in eaoh precinct of the Town of Chelmsford 
on or before 12 o'clock noon on February 1st," 

Voted to adjourn this meeting at 11:10 P.M. 

Walter Perham, Moderator Harold C. Petterson, Clerk 

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WARRANT FOR SPECIAL TOWN MEETING 

At Upper Town Hail, Chelmsford, Centre 
Thursday Evening, July 23, I9I42 

COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS 

Middlesex, ss. 

To Daniel ^, Haley, Constable of Chelmsford. 

GREETING : 

In the name of the Commonwealth as aforesaid, you are hereby required to 
notify and warn the legal voters of said Chelmsford to meet in the Upper Town 
Hall at Chelmsford Caitre on Thursday, the Twenty-third day of July, 19^*2 at 
eight o*clock in the evening then and there to aot on the following articles, vis: 

Article 1. 

To see if the Town will vote to discontinue the operation of the Infirmary 1 
or aot in relation thereto. 

Article 2. 

In the event of an affirmative vote under Article 1, to see if the Town will 
vote to sell all the furniture, farming equipment, and all other personal prop- 
erty belonging to said Infirmary; or act in relation thereto. 

Article 3» 

In the event of an affirmative vote under Artiole 1, to see if the town will 
vote to sell the land and buildings now used by the Infirmary; or aot in relation 
thereto • 

Article U» 

To see if the Town will vote to transfer the sum of Tito Thousand Dollars 

($2,000.), or some other sum, from the fund called Sale of Jileotrio Car Track 

Rails on Middlesex and Chelmsford Streets to the appropriation called W.P.A.; 

or act in relation thereto. 



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Artiole 5» 

To see if the Town will vote to transfer the stun of Seventy Five Dollars 
(175* )» or some other sum from the account known as Purchase of Highway Truoks 
to Federal Commissary Account j or act in relation thereto. 

Article 6. 

To see if the '1'own will vote to transfer the sum of *'ive Hundred Dollars 
($500^)» or some other sum, from the account entitled Purohase of Highway Trucks 
to the Personal Acoident Aooount; or act in relation thereto. 

Artiole 7» 

To see if the Town will vote to raise a certain sum of money for the purpose 
of compromising a tort olaim against the Townj or act in relation thereto. 

Artiole 8. 

To see if the Town will vote to aocept the provisions of Chapter 710 of the 
Aots of 19U1; or act in relation thereto. 

AND YOU ARE DIRECTED to serve this Warrant by posting attested copies thereof 
at the Post Offioes in the Centre of the Town, South Chelmsford, North Chelmsford 
and West Chelmsford, and at the School House, East Chelnsfcrd and the Golden Cove 
Sohool House, Westlands, seven days at least before the time appointed for hold- 
ing the meeting aforesaid. 

HEREOF FAIL NOT, and make return of this Warrant, with your doings thereon, to 
the Town Clerk at the time and place of holding this meeting aforesaid. 

Given under our hands this Fifteenth day of July in the year of our Lord 
nineteen hundred and forty-two. 

James A. Grant 
Karl M. Perham 
Stewart MaoKay 

Seleotmen of Chelmsford 

COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS 

July 15, 19lj2 

Middlesex, ss. 

PURSUANT TO THE WITHIN WARRANT, I have notified and warned the inhabitants 
of the Town of Cheimsf crd by posting attested copies of the same at the Post 
Offices in the Centre of the Town, South Chelmsford, North Chelmsford, West 
Chelmsford, and at the School House, East Chelmsford and at the Golden Cove School 
House, Westlands, seven days before the date as within directed, 

Daniel E, Haley 

Constable of Chelmsford 

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SPECIAL TOM MEETING 

Thursday Evening, July 2 3rd 19^42 

At special town meeting held in the Upper Town Hail at CheLnsfcrd Centre on 
Thursday Evening July 23rd 19^*2, the following business was transacted, the meet- 
ing was called to order by Moderator Walter Perham, who requested Town Clerk, 
Harold C. Petteraon to read the Warrant, after the Warrant was partly read, on a 
■otion made by Edmund Weloh, it was voted to dispense with the further reading of 
the Warrant. 

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Under Artiole 1. 

On a motion mad© by James A. Grant, it was voted, to discontinue the opera- 
tion of the Town Infirmary. 

Under Article 2. 

On a motion made by James A. Grant, it was voted to sell at Public Auction, 
all the furniture, farming equipment, and all other personal property belonging 
to the town located at the Infirmary and that the sale be under the supervision 
of the Board of Selectmen, and they are hereby authorized to execute in behalf 
and in the name of the town a bill or bills of sale to properly transfer title 
to said property. 

Under Artiole 3» 

On a motion made by ^ames A. Grant, it was voted, to sell the land and build- 
ings whioh comprise the 1'own Infirmary and that the sale be under the direotion 
and supervision of the Board of Selectmen and they are hereby authorized to sell 
said property in suoh manner as their judgment deems for the best interests of 
the Town, and they are hereby authorized to execute in the name and behalf of the 
town any deed or deeds transferring title to said property. 

Under Artiole I4.. 

On a motion made by Stewart MacKay, it was voted, that the sum of Two Thous- 
and dollars be transferred from the fund entitled "Sale of Blectrio Cartraok 
Rails on Middlesex and Chelmsford Streets," to the fund entitled W,P.A. account* 

Under Artiole 5« 

On a motion made by James A. Grant, it was voted, that the sum of Seventy 
Five Dollars, be transferred from the account entitled "Purchase of Highway Truck" 
to the Federal Commissary Account* 

Under Article 6. 

On a motion made by Stewart MacKay, it was voted, that the sum of Five Hund- 
red Dollars be transferred from the fund entitled "Purchase of Highway Trucks" 
to the Personal Accident Account. 

Under Artiole 7« 

On a motion made by Stewart MaoKay, it was voted, that the sum of Fifteen 
Hundred Dollars be raised and appropriated for the purpose of compromising a 
legal case pending in the Middlesex Superior Court, in behalf of Rose Roane against 
the Town of Chelmsford for injuries sustained by reason of alleged defect in a 
public way* 

Under Artiole 8, 

On a motion made by Stewart MaoKay, it was voted, that the Town accept the 
provisions of Section 11A of Chapter 710 of the Acts of 19^41 • 

SPECIAL PRIVILEGE: 

On a motion made by Ralph itoerson, a vote of appreciation was given to Mr. 
and Mrs. Sinai Simard for the efficient management of the Town Infirmary for the 
past ten years. 

Voted to adjourn this meeting at 9 P.M. 
Walter Per ham, Moderator Harold C. Petterson, Town Clerk 



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WARRANT FOR STATE PRIMARY 
COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS 
Middlesex, ss. 

To Daniel E. Haley, a Constable of the Town of Chelmsford. 

GREETING: 

In the name of the Commonwealth, you are hereby required to notify and warn 
the Inhabitants of said Town who are qualified to vote in Primaries to meet in 
their several polling plaoes, via: 

Precinct One, Town Hall, Chelmsford Centre 
Preoinct Two, Town Hall, North Chelmsford 
Precinct Three, Fire House, West Chelmsford 
Preoinct Four, School House, East Chelmsford, 
Precinct Five, Liberty Hall, South Chelmsford 
Precinot Six, Golden Cove School House, Westlands 

On Tuesday, the Fifteenth day of September, 19h2 p at 12 o'clook noon, for 
the following purposes; 

To bring in their votes to the Primary Officers for the Nomination of Cand- 
idates of Political parties for the following offices: 

Governor — for this Commonwealth 

Lieutenant Governor—for this Commonwealth 

Secretary of the Commonwealth — for this Commonwealth 

Treasurer and Receiver-General— for this Commonwealth 

Auditor of the Commonwealth— for this Commonwealth 

Attorney General — for this Commonwealth 

Senator in Congress— for this Commonwealth 

Representative in Congress— for Fifth Congressional District 

Councillor— for Third Councillor Di3triot 

Senator— for First Senatorial District 

One Representative in General Court—for Eleventh Representative District 

District Attorney — for Middlesex County 

Register of Probate and Insolvency— for Middlesex County 

County Commissioner— for Middlesex County 

County Treasurer—for Middlesex County 

The Polls will be open from 12 o'clock noon to 8 p.m. 

And you are direoted to serve this Warrant by posting attested copies thereof 
seven days at least before the time of said Meeting as directed by vote of the 
Town. 

HEREOF FAIL NOT and make return of this Warrant with your doings thereon at 
the time and place of said meeting. 

Given under our hands this 1st Day of September, I9I42. 

J. A. Grant 
Karl M. Perham 

Selectmen of Chelmsford 



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STATE PRIMARY, SEPTEMBER 16, 19^2 
Republican 

Office and Candidates P— 1 P— 2 P— 3 P--1+ P— -5 P~6 Total 

Governor 

Leverett Saltonstall, Newton ll+8 II4O 18 25 19 57 1*07 

Blanks 10 27 1 3 3 7 $1 

Total 158 j%f 19 28 22 "61+ 1+58 

Lieutenant Governor 

Horace T. Cahill, Brain tree U+5 U*3 18 26 22 57 Ull 

Blanks 13 21+ 12 7 1+7 

Total T5B~~~T67 — is 28 22 — angg 

Secretary 

Prederio W. Cook, Somervi lie ll+7 137 18 27 21 55 lj05 

Blanks 11 30 11 1 9 53 

Total lgB 167 19 28 22 64 1+5B 

Treasurer 

Laurence Curtis, Boston 73 60 13 10 8 19 I83 

Edgar A. French, Marshfield 15 10 13 5 8 i|2 

Sybil H. Holmes, Brookline 27 27 3 U 3 11 75 

Richard E. Johnston, Boston , 5 17 1 1 2 7 33 

Wallace JS. Steams, Boston 12 16 1 6 1 1 37 

Blanks 26 37 1+ 3 18 88 

Total 158 167 19 28 22 bk 1£B 

Auditor 

Russell A. Wood, Cambridge ll+2 138 18 26 19 53 396 

Blanks 16 29 12 3 11 62 

Total 158 167 19 28 22 61+ H 

Attorney General 

Robert T. Bushnell , Newton..,. li|9 lU5 18 26 19 58 1*15 

Blanks 9 22 1 2 3 6 1+3 

Total I55--167 19 28 22 gj 1$B 

Senator in Congress 

Henry Cabot Lodge, Beverly 139 138 17 21+ 17 56" 391 

Courtenay Crocker, Boston 7 8 2 1 1 3 22 

Blanks 12 21 3 1+ 5 1+5 

Total jgg 167 19 28 22 61+ 1+^8 

Congressman 

Edith Nourse Rogers, Lowell 152 ll£ 18 27 21 5U 1+21 

Harry L. Caldwell, Winchester 3 13 11 1 7 26 

Blanks 3 5 3 11 

Total W 167 19 28 22 61+ 1+58 

Councillor 

Frank A. Brooks, Concord 105 68 11 15 9 32 21+0 

Marian Clarke Nichols, Boston 7 10 11 1 1 21 

Famagust S. Paulson, Lcwell 18 3k 1 6 5 6 70 

James F. Ready, Lowell 3 31 5 2 5 9 55 

Blanks 25 21+ 1 1+ 2 16 72 

Total I58 167 19 28 22 61+ 1+58 

Senator 

Joseph F. Mcntminy, Lcwell 77 73 10 lit 10 ll+ 198 

Arthur Pratt, Chelmsford 69 76 9 ll+ 11 1+6 225 

Blanks 12 18 1 1+ 35 

Total 158 167 19 28 22 61+ 1+58 



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Representative in ^eneral Court: 

John H. Valentine, Chelmsford 1J4 150 

Samuel A. Richards, Westfcrd 20 1$ 

Blanks k 4 

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District Attorney: 

Robert F. Bradford, Cambridge U42 144 19 25 20 56 I4D6 

Blanks 16 23 3 2 8 52 

Total lgB 167 19 58 "g"~-BT-ligg 

Register of Probate 

Loring P. Jordan, Wakefield 142 135 19 26 20 55 397 

Blanks 16 32 2 2 9 6l 

Total 158 167 19 28 22 Eg 458 

County Commissioner 

Charles C. barren, Arlington 10J+ 83 

Robert H. Adams, Wakefield 38 48 

Francis D. Collings, Everett 5 6 

Blank 11 30 

Total 158 167 19 58 22 64 455 

County Treasurer 

Charles P. Howard, Reading 145 135 19 26 19 55 399 

Blanks 13 32 2 3 9 59 

Total 158 167 19 28 22 64 453 

Office and Candidate DEMOCRATIC^ p __ 2 ? _^ p __^ p __ 5 p __ 6 Total 

Governor 

Franois E. Kelly, Boston 5 8 3 5 3 7 31 

Roger L. Putnam, Springfield 11 18 2 9 12 52 

Blanks 10 2 3 

Total 16 27 5 14 3 51 86 

Lieutenant Governor 

John C. Carr^. e . d . f .°. r . d . 13 20 5 12 2 15 67 

Blanks 3 7 2 1 6 19 

Total 16 57 b 14 3 51 8 F" 

Secretary 

Joseph J. Buckley, Boston 12 18 2 7 2 7 48 

Leo A. Gosselin, Bellingham.. 1 3 3 ° 1 5 13 

John D. O'Brien, Boston 1 3 k 6 14 

Blanks 4., 2 3 3 3 11 

Total 16 57 5 14 3 51 86 

Treasurer 

Thomas E. Barry, Boston.. 5 1 13 2 4 16 

Francis X. Hurley, Boston 8 15 3 9 8 43 

Wm. F. Hurley, Boston 1 4 1 4 10 

John F. Welch, Boston 12 11 2 7 

Blanks 1 5 1 3 10 

Total 16 27 5 1U 3 51 86" 

Auditor 

Thomas J. Buckley, Boston 12 20 4 9 3 13 61 

Leo D. Walsh, Boston 2 3 1 4 2 12 

Blanks 2 4 1 6 13 

Total ~TB 37 5 14 3 — 21 B6 



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Attorney General 

James E. Agnew, Boston...... 9 19 

Blanks 7 8 

Total 16 27 

Senator in Congress 

Joseph £. Casey, Clinton..., 11 7 

Daniel E. Coakley, Boston. 1 

John F, Fitzgerald, Boston 1 13 

Joseph Lee, Boston...... 3 3 

Blanks . . 1 3 

Total lb 27 

Congressman 

Blanks 16 27 

Councillor 

William F. A. Graham, Boston 9 15 

Blanks 7 12 

Total 16 27 

Senator 

Thomas F. Markham, Lowell 10 19 

Blanks 6 8 

Total lb 57 

Representative in General Court 

Blanks 16 27 

District Attorney 

Robert Bradford 

Blanks 16 27 

Total 16 27 

Register of Deeds 

Wm. F. McCarty, Chelmsford,.,, 1 

Blanks 16 26 

Total lb 5V 

County Commissioner 

Thomas B. Brennan, Medford 12 22 

Blanks 4 5 

Total 15" 27 

County Treasurer 

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WARRANT FOR SPECIAL TOWN MEETING 

At Upoer Town Hall, Chelmsford Centre 
Friday Evening, October 9# 1942 

COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS 

Middlesex, ss. 

To Daniel E. Haley, a Constable of Chelmsford. 

GREETING: 

In the name of the Commonwealth as aforesaid, you are hereby required to 



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notify and warn the legal voters of said Chelmsford to meet in the Upper Town 
Hall at CheLnsford Coitre on Friday, the Ninth day of October, 19^42, at ei^it 
o'clock in the evening, then and there to act on the following articles, via: 

Article 1* 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate, by transfer from 
the Excess and Deficiency Account, or from any available unexpended balance, a 
sum of money sufficient to enable the school oommittee to engage a Supervisor 
or Physical Education, who shall also coach and supervise athletic teams of the 
High School, and to procure the necessary equipment for physioai education and 
athletic activities} or take any action relative thereto. 

Article 2. 

To see if the Town will vote to appropriate and transfer from the Highway 
Account, the sum of Twenty-Five Hundred Dollars (#2500), from the Oil Account, 
the sum of Three Thousand dollars ($3°°0)» from the Machinery Aooount the sum of 
Fifteen Hundred Dollars ($1500), and from the Rail Salvage Account, the sum of 
Four Hundred Fifty-Five Dollars ($l+55)» & H to the W. P.A. Account for the pur- 
pose of purchasing tools, material and equipment to continue W.P.A. projects; 
or take any action relative thereto. 

Article 3» 

To see if the Town will vote to appropriate and transfer from the Account 
entitled Infirmary Account the sum of Two Hundred Sixteen Dollars ($216) for the 
purpose of paying the salary of the Administrator of the Rationing Board; or 
take any action relative thereto. 

Article I4.. 

To see if the Town will vote to appropriate and transfer from the account 
entitled Infirmary Account the sum of Seven Hundred Fifty Dollars ($750) to the 
Snow Removal Account; or take any action relative thereto. 

Article 5« 

To see if the Town will vote to amend the Vote taken under Article 3 of the 
Warrant for the Special Town Meeting held on July 23, 19^|2 by adopting the follow- 
ing amendment: 

"The Selectmen be and are hereby authorized to rent or lease the 
Infirmary land and buildings for such rental and terms that their 
judgment deems best during the period that the Town owns said pre- 
mises up until the time said premises are sold, as directed under 
Article 3 of "ft 16 aforesaid Speoial Town Meeting held on July 23, 
19i42 ; " or take any action relative thereto. 

Article 6. 

To see if the Town will vote to appropriate and transfer from the Soldiers' 
Benefit Account a certain sum of money to the Outside Relief Aooount; or take any 
aotion relative thereto. 

Article 7. 

To see if the Town will vote to appropriate and transfer from the Excess and 
Deficiency Account a certain sum of money to the Old Age Assistance Account. 

AND YOU ARE DIRECTED to serve this Warrant by posting attested copies thereof 
at the Post Offices in the Centre of the Town, South Chelmsford, North Chelmsford, 
and West Chelmsford, and at the School House, East Chelmsford, and the Golden Cove 
School House, West lands, seven days at least before the time appointed for holding 

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the first meeting aforesaid. 

HEREOF FAIL NOT and make return of this Warrant with your doings thereon, 
to the Town Clerk at the time and piaoe of holding the meeting aforesaid. 

Given under our hands this Thirtieth day of Septenber, 19^2 

James A. Grant 
Karl M. Perham 
Stewart MacKay 

Selectmen of Chelmsford 



RETURN 

COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS 

Chelmsford, Mass. Oot. 1, I9I42 

Middlesex, ss . 

Pursuant to the within warrant, I have notified and warned the inhabitants 
of the Town of Chelmsford by posting up attested copies of the same and at the 
following places; Chelmsford Centre Post Office, North Chelmsford Post Office, 
West Chelmsford Post Office, South Chelmsford Post Office, East Chelmsford school 
House, and the Golden Cove School House, seven days before the date hereof, as 
within directed. 

Daniel E. Haley 
Constable of Chelmsford 

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SPECIAL TOWN MEETING 

FRIDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 9, 19^ 

At a special town meeting held in the Upper Town Hall at Chelmsford Centre 
on Friday Evening, October 9# 1942 at 8 P.M. the following business was transacted. 
The meeting was called to order by Moderator Walter Perham, who requested Town 
Clerk, Haroid C. Petterson to read the Warrant, After the Warrant was partly 
read, on a motion made by Wendell Harvey, it was voted to waive the furtiier read- 
ing of the "/Tarrant. 

Under Article 1. 

On a motion made by Mrs. Marjorie M. Kiberd, it was voted to raise and ap- 
propriate the sum of Six Hundred Dollars ($600) for the purpose of enabling the 
School Committee to engage a Supervisor of Physical Education and Athletic Coach 
for the High School, and to provide the necessary equipment for physioal eduoation 
and athletic activities; and to meet said appropriation; that the sum of Three 
Hundred Fifty Dollars ($350) be and is hereby transferred from the Excess and de- 
ficiency Account, two Hundred dollars (§200) from School New Equipment and Fifty 
Dollars (#50) from Playgrounds. 

Under Article 2. 

On a motion made by Stewart MacKay to appropriate and transfer from the High- 
way General account, the sum of Twenty Five Hundred Dollars ($2500), from the Oil 
Account, the sum of Three Thousand Dollars ($3000)»from the Machinery account, the 
sum of Fifteen Hundred Dollars ($1500) and from the Rail Salvage Aocount the sum 
of Four Hundred Fifty Five Dollars ($455), all to the W.p.A. Account for the pur- 

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pose of purchasing tools, materials and equipment to continue W.P.A. Projects, 
this motion was defeated, the voters voting in the negative. 

On a motion made by Karl M. Perham, it was voted to reoonsider this article 
and again the voters voted in the negative, and appeal was made by James A. Grant 
to again reoonsider this article and vote, and the Moderator ruled that no further 
action could be taken under this article. 

Under Article 3. 

On a motion made by James A. Grant, it was voted to appropriate from the 
Account entitled Infirmary Supt. Salary, the sum of Two Hundred Sixteen Dollars 
($216) for the purpose of paying the salary of the Administrator of the Rationing 
Board, 

Under Artiole U» 

On a motion made by James A. Grant, it was voted to appropriate and transfer 
from the acoount entitled, Infirmary Maintenance Account, the sum of Seven. Hund- 
red Fifty Dollars ($750) to the Snow Removal Account. 

Under Artiole 5« 

In regard to renting and leasing the Town Infirmary, on a motion made by 
James A. Grant, it was voted to dismiss this article. 

Under Article 6. 

On a motion made by Stewart MacKay, it was voted to appropriate and transfer 
the sura of One Thousand Dollars (#1000) from the Soldiers Benefit account to the 
Outside Relief Account and to transfer from the Excess and Deficiency Account 
the sum of One Thousand Dollars (splOOO) to the Outside Relief Account. 

Under Article 7« 

On a motion made by James A. Grant it was voted to appropriate and transfer 
from the Exoess and Deficiency Account the sum of Twenty Five Hundred Dollars 
(£2500) to the Old Age Assistanoe Account. 

Voted to adjourn this meeting at 8:1+5 P.M. 

Walter Perham, Moderator. Harold C. Petterson, Clerk 



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WARRANT FOR STATE ELECTION 
COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS 

Middlesex, ss. 

To Daniel E. Haley, a Constable of the Town of Chelmsford. 

GREETING: 

In the name of the Commonwealth, you are hereby required to notify and warn 
the Inhabitants of said Town who are qualified to vote in Primaries to meet in 
their several polling places, viz: 

Procinct One, Town Hall Chelmsford Centre 
Precinct Two, Town Hall North Chelmsford 

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Preoinct Three, Fire House, West Chelmsford 
Preoinct Four, Sohool House, East ^helmsford 
Precinct Five, Liberty Hall, South Chelmsford 
Precinct Six, Golden Cove School House, Westlands 

On Tuesday, The Third day of November, 19l£ at 10 o'clook A.M. for the 
following purposes: 

To bring in their votes to the Election Officers for the ^lection of Cand- 
idates of Political Parties for the following officers: 

Governor — for this Commonwealth 

Lieutenant Governor — for this Commonwealth 

Secretary of the Commonwealth ~ for this Commonwealth 

Treasurer and Receiver-General -- for this Commonwealth 

Auditor of the Commonwealth — for this Co monwealth 

Attorney General ~ for this Commonwealth 

Senator in Congress — for this Commonwealth 

Representative in Congress — for Fifth Congressional District 

Councillor — for Third Councillor District 

Senator — for First Senatorial District 

One Representative in General Court ~ for Eleventh Representative District 

District Attorney — for Middlesex County 

Register of Probate and Insolvency — for Middlesex County 

County Commissioner ~ for Middlesex County 

County Treasurer — for Middlesex County 

QUESTIONS 

1. Law Proposed by Initiative Petition 

Shall the proposed measure which provided that the present statutes which 
make it a crime punishable by fine or imprisonment knowingly to advertise, print, 
publish, distribute or circulate any matter containing reference to any person 
from whom or place where any drug, instrument or means whatever, or any advice 
or information may be obtained, for the purpose of preventing pregnancy, or to 
sell, lend, give away, exhibit, offer or advertise any drug, medicine, instrument 
of other article for the prevention of conception, or to write or print informa- 
tion of any kind stating when, where, how, of whom, or by what means such article 
can be obtained, or to manufacture or make such article, shall not apply to treat- 
ment or prescription given to married persons for protection of life or health by 
or under the direction of registered physioians nor to teaching in chartered med- 
ical schools nor to publication or sale of medical treatises or journals, which 
was disapproved in the House of Representatives by a vote of 77 in the affirmative 
and 133 in "the negative and in the Senate by a vote of 16 in the affirmative and 
18 in the negative, by aporoved? 

YES 

NO 



2, To obtain a full expression of opinion , voters should vote on all three 
of the following questions: 

(a) If a voter desires to permit the sale in this city (or town) of any and 
ail aicoholio beverages to be drunk on and off the premises where sold, he will 
vote "Yes" on all three questions. 

(b) If he desires to permit the sale herein of wines and malt beverages 
only to be drunk on and off the premises where sold, he will vote "No" on question 
one, "Yes" on question two and "No" on question three. 

(c) If he desires to permit the 6ale herein of all aicoholio beverages but 
only in packages, so called, not to be drunk on the premises where sold, he will 

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vote "No" on questions one and two and "Yes" on question three. 

(d) If he desires to permit the sale herein of wines and malt beverages 
to be drunk on and off the premises where sold and in addition other alcoholio 
beverages but only in packages, so called, not to be drunk on the premises where 
sold, he will vote "No" on question one and "Yes" on questions two and three. 

(e) If he desires to prohibit the sale herein of any and all alcoholic 
beverages whether to be drunk on or off the premises where sold, he will vote 
"No" on all three questions. 

1. Shall licenses be granted in this city (or town) for the sale therein 
of all alcoholic beverages (whisky, rum, gin, malt beverages, wines and all 
other alcoholic beverages)? 

YES 

NO 



2. Shall licenses be granted in this city (or town) for the sale therein 
of wines and malt beverages (wines and beer, ale and all other malt beverages?] 



YES 
NO 



3» Shall licenses be granted in this city (or town) for the sale therein 
of all alcoholic beverages in packages, so called, not to be drunk on the pre- 
mises? 

YES 

NO 



3. -1. Shall the pari-mutuel system of betting on licensed horse races 
be pemitted in this county? 

YES 

NO 



2. Shall the pari-mutuel system of betting on licensed dog races 
be permitted in this county? 

YES 

NO 



QUESTIONS OF PUBLIC POLICY UNDER GENERAL LAWS 
(Tercentenary Edition) 
Chanter 53 > Section 19 



In the following Representative 
Districts: 

2nd Barnstable; 2nd Berkshire ; 
Uth Bristol; 1st Dukes; 1st Essex; 
17th Essex; 19th Essex; 1st Franklin; 
3rd Franklin, 7th Hampden; 15th Ham- 
oden; 1st Haimoshire; 3rd Hampshire; 
10th Middlesex; 11th ?&ddlesex; 
12th Middlesex; 13th Middlesex; 
29th Middlesex; 1st Nantucket; 
2nd Plymouth; 1st Worcester; 
2nd 'Worcester; 25th Worcester. 



(Shall the Representative in 
(the General Court from this 
(district be instructed to 
(vote to request the President 
(and Congress to call at the 
(earliest possible moment a 
(convention of Representatives 
(of all free peoples, to frame 
(a Federal Constitution under 
(which they may unite in a 
(Danocratic World Government? 



The Polls will be open from 10 o'clock A.M. to 8. P.M. 



And you are directed to serve this Warrant by posting attested copies thereof 
seven days at least before the time of said Meeting as directed by vote of the Town, 



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Hereof fail not and make return of this "/.'arrant with your doings thereon 
at the time and plaoe of said meeting. 



Given under our hands this 23rd day of Ootober, 191+2. 



James A. Grant 
Karl M. Perham 
Stewart MacKay 

Selectmen of Cheimsford 



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Office and Candidate 



STATE ELECTION NOVEMBER 3, I9h2 

P— 1 P— 2 P— 3 P — U P— 5 P— 6 Total 



171+ 959 
397 1673 
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Governor 

Roger L. Putnam, Democrat 201 391 1+5 121 27 

Leverett Saltonstall, Rep 652 362 81 118 63 

Henning A. Blomen, Soc. Labor 10 

Otis A. Hood, Communist. 2 

Joseph Massidda, Soc. Labor.......... 12 

Guy S. Williams, Prohibition 12 

Blanks 10 ^ 1 10 

Total B55 — 771 129 21 +0 9 — 57 5~257T 

■ ■■ill - 

Lieutenant Governor 

Horace T. Cahill, Rep 683 386 92 123 68 1+32 1781+ 

John C. Carr, Dem I60 33I+ 33 10l+ 21 129 781 

Walter S. Hutohins, Soo.... 5 2 1 2 

George L. McGlynn, Soo. Labor 1 3 1 

E. Frank Searle, Prohibition......... 10 10 2 

Blanks 22 1*2 2 11 1 9 

Total 866 771 129 21+Q 90 575 267: 

Secretary 

Joseph J. Buckley, Democrat ll+l 311 26 99 12 110 699 

Frederick W. Cook, Rep 692 I4O6 95 130 76 1+1+1 181*0 

Bernard G. Kelly, Soo. Labor 5 6 1 1 2 15 

Abbie L. Tebbetts, Prohibition 10 13 5 

Peter Wartian en, Jr, Soc 13 2 2 8 

Blanks 27 Uk 5 10 1 17 10i* 

Total BEE — 771 129 27+5 915 — 575 2671 

Treasurer 

Laurence Curtis, Rep 666 371+ 89 127 71 1+19 17^6 

Francis X. Hurley, Dem 169 338 31 95 19 131* 786 

Martha E. Geer, Prohibition 2 3 1 1 

Gote Elvel Palmquist, Soc. Lab 1+ 3 2 1+ 

Anders H. Swenson, Soc...... 3 2 10 2 

Blanks 25 50 7 ll+ 15 

Total 566 771 129 2^o 90 575 2671 

Auditor 

Thomas J. Buckley, Dem 173 336 3l+ 100 

Russell A. Wood, Rep 656 365 85 122 

Herbert Crabtree, Soc. Lab...... 3 7 

Ethel J. Prince, Prohibition 1* 1 2 

Blanks 30 62 10 16 

Total. 866 771 129 2T+CT 



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69 1+16 1713 

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575 2671 



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Attorney General 

James A. Agnew, Dem Ill 257 19 81+ 11 76 558 

Robert T. tfushnell, Rep 726 1+52 101 H+I+ 79 1+83 1985 

Charles F. Danforth, Prohib 3 10 3 7 

Fred E. Oeloher, Soc. Lab, , 1 3 J+ 

Howard Penley, Soc 112 1 3 8 

Blanks 21+ 57 7 11 10 109 

Total Bbb 771 129 21+0 90 575 2671 

Senator in Congress 

Joseph E. Casey, Den 126 295 26 75 li+ 93 629 

Henry Cabot Lodge, Rep 722 1+1+0 100 V$k 72 1+67 1955 

Horaoe I. Hillis, Soc. Lab..... 10 12 

George L. Paine, Soc • 2 1+ 2 1 3 12 

George L. Thompson, Prohibition 110 2 

Blanks 15 30 1 10 1+ 11 71 

Total Obb 771 129 21+0 90 575 2671 

Congressman 

Edith Nourse Rogers, Rep 802 633 107 192 8l+ 530 23I+8 

Blanks 61+ 138 22 1+8 6 1+5 323 

Total 866 771 123 2l+o 90 — 575 2671 



Councillor 

Frank A. Brooks, Rep 691 396 9*+ 132 7l+ 1+1+3 I83O 

William F. A. Graham, Dem 126 267 18 86 13 97 607 

Blanks 1+9 108 17 22 3 35 23I+ 

Total 866 771 123 21+6 90 575 2671 



Senator 

Thomas F. Markham, Dem 171+ 338 30 10l+ 19 131 796 

Joseph F. Montminy, Rep 650 377 87 122 67 1+13 1716 

Blanks 1+2 56 12 U+ 1+ 31 159 

Total 866 771 129 2i+o 96 575 2671 

Representative in General Court 

John H. Valentine, Rep 761+ 63I+ 10l+ 198 81 509 2290 

Blanks 102 137 25 1+2 9 66 381 

Total 866 771 129 2140 96 575 2671 



District Attorney 

Robert F. Bradford, Rep 738 1+90 10l+ I5I+ 81 1+85 2052 

Joseph R. Corish, Dem 9U 220 17 71 7 69 1+78 

Blanks 3k 61 8 15 2 21 lip. 

Total 866 771 159 21+0 96 575 2671' 

Register of Probate 

Loring P. Jordan, Rep 63I+ 357 83 126 61+ 395 1659 

William F. McCarty, Dem 189 3^+3 3k 98 23 157 8ijl+ 

Blanks 1+3 71 12 16 3 23 168 

Total B55 771 129 23+0 90 575 2671 



County Commissioner 

Thomas B. Brennan, Dem 153 312 27 98 13 127 730 

Charles C. Warren, Rep......... 659 371 90 121+ 72 1+12 1728 

Blanks 5k 88 12 18 5 36 213 

Total 555 — rrrr® — a+rs — 95 — 575~S67r 



County Treasurer 

Charles P. Howard, Rep 7U6 511 101 178 80 1+90 2106 

Blanks 120 260 28 62 10 85 565 

Total B55 — 771 129 2U5 50 — 575 2671 



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Birth Control 

Yes 397 259 56 (2 1^8 281 1103 

No 29U 396 U9 116 28 196 1079 

Blanks 173 136 2 4 l£ 14 98 489 

Total B55~ 771 129 240 ~gT g7g 26 71_ 

Alooholio Beverages 

All Beverages Yes 1+38 56U 79 159 47 338 1625 

No 325 121 36 34 37 173 746 

Blanks 103 86 14 27 6 64 300 

Total 866 771 129 243 90 575 2671 

Wines and Malt Yes 443 540 77 152 47 319 1578 

Beverages No 272 116 36 52 32 I58 6i>6 

Blanks 151 115 16 36 11 y8 i+27 

Total BBS 771 1^9 274J5 90 575 2671 

11 ■"■■ ■■' 1 !■■ ■ 1 ■ ■ ■ i. ■ 1 . ■ - .- .- — 

Packages Yes 460 530 82 154 1+8 343 1617 

No 256 109 28 46 29 137 605 

Blanks 150 132 19 40 13 95 449 

Total 066 771 129 2I4O 90 575 2671 

Pari-Mutuel Betting 

Horse Raoing Yes 335 398 58 li4 39 

No 382 216 46 74 37 

Blanks 149 157 25 52 14 

Total 866 771 129 240 90 575 26?1 

Dog Raoing Yes 271 34© 44 94 32 216 997 

No 405 221 55 78 39 253 1051 

Blanks 190 210 30 68 19 106 625 

Total 866 771 129 240 90 575 2671 

Democratic World Government 

Yes 455 365 62 123 53 305 I363 

No 121 121 16 28 11 65 362 

Blanks 290 285 51 89 26 205 946 

Total B55 771 129 2li5 90 575 2671 



253 1197 

233 988 

89 486 



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WARRANT FOR SPECIAL TOWN MKETING 

At Upper Town Hall, Chelmsford Centre 
Friday Evening, Deoanber 11, 19l|2 

COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS 

Middlesex, ss. 

To Ralph Hulslander of Chelmsford, or any other suitable person, 

GREETING: 

In the name of the Commonwealth as aforesaid, you are hereby required to 
notify and warn the legal voters of said Chelmsford, to meet in the Upper Town 
Hall at Chelmsford Centre on Friday, the eleventh day of December, 1942 at eight 
o'clook in the evening, then and there to act on the following articles, vis: 

Artiole 1. To see if the Town will vote to transfer and appropriate from the 



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aooount entitled Sale of Street Car Rails the sum of Six Hundred Thirty-five and 
57/lOO dollars ($635*57) » from the acoount entitled Highway General the sum of 
Twenty-Two Hundred four and 33A°0 Dollars ($220i|..33), and from the account en- 
titled Oil Account the sum of Thirty-five Hundred Dollars (#3500), all to the 
account entitled W. P. A. Account j or act in relation thereto* 

Artiole 2. 

To see if the Town will vote to transfer and appropriate from the account 
entitled Highway General the sum of i'hree Hundred Dollars ($300) to the account 
entitled Claims for Personal Injuries; or act in relation -thereto. 

AND YOU ARE DIRECTED to serve this Warrant by posting attested copies there- 
of at the Post Offioes in the Centre of the Town, Soutii Chelmsford, North Chelms- 
ford and West Chelmsford, and at the School House, East Chelmsford and the Golden 
Cove School House, Westlands, seven days at least before the time appointed for 
holding the meeting aforesaid. 

HEREOF FAIL NOT, and make return of this Warrant, with your doings thereon, 
to the Town Clerk at the time and place of holding this meeting aforesaid. 

Given under our hands this Third day of December in the year of our Lord 
nineteen hundred and forty-two. 

James A. Grant 
Karl M. Per ham 
Stewart MacKay Selectmen 
***************************************** of Chelmsford 

***************************************** 

SPECIAL TOWN MEETING 

December 11th, 19U2 

A Special Town Meeting was held in the Upper Town Hall at Chelmsford Centre 
on Friday Evening, December 11th, I9I42 at 8 P.M. 

The meeting was called to order by Moderator Walter Per ham and the Warrant 
was read by Town Clerk, Harold C. Petterson. The following business was trans- 
acted to wit: 

Under Artiole 1. 

In regard to transferring monies from various accounts to the W.P.A. 
Account, on a motion made by Selectman James A, Grant it was voted to dismiss 
this article. 

Under Article 2. 

On a motion made by Selectman James A. Grant, it was voted to trans- 
fer and appropriate from the account entitled Highway General, the sum of Three 
Hundred Dollars ($300) to the account entitled Claims for Personal Injuries. 

Voted to adjourn this meeting at 8:15 P.M. 
Harold C. Petterson, Clerk. Walter Perhara, Moderator 



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JURY LIST FOR THE TOWN OF CHELMSFORD 
Revised August 15, 19Ul 

..... Alcorn, Edward E Acton Road.. Farmer 

..... Allard, Alfred J North Road . Farmer 

Andrews, John A .Middlesex St Superintendent 

— - — Ballinger, Raymond F Cottage Row Mill Operative 

— 1 — Barlow, Erson F Off Billerioa Rd Insurance Agt. 

Barris, Robert W Riverneck Road. Contractor 

... — Barron, William J... Highland Avenue.. Overseer 

. Batchelder, Arthur M Middlesex St Manager 

Beauregard, Victor J.. Ripley Street.. Mill Operative 

— Bellwood, William Newfield Street...... .Mill Operative 

Berg, C. Henry 22J °helmsford St Unemployed 

Borrows, Murtaugh B High Street ...Student 

— ... Brooks, John Evergreen Street Laborer 

..... Bunce, Henry A .Central Square. .......Carpenter 

... — Burne, Edwin L Main Street... Shipper 

... — Butterfield, Jesse S Washington St. Bookkeeper 

— — Carruthers, John W, .......... .York Avenue ............... .Painter 

..... Centurion! , Domenioo .Groton Road .Storekeeper 

_____ Clark, Ernest C Tyngsboro Road .Farmer 

_.— Conlin, Joseph E.... ...Gorham Street... Retired 

___ — Cooke, Archibald Main Street.. Brick Mason 



::_.: 



Dickinson, William F Woodbine Street Mechanic 

Dinnigan, Charles F Gay Street Comber 

Dow, John C Gorham Street...... Machinist 

Dupee, Sidney E. Acton Road.. .Farmer 

Edwards, Arthur S.. Newfield St Furn. Dealer 

Emerson, Theodore W ..North Road...... Dairyman 



— - Fallon, Joseph T North Road Fireman 

-r~ Fay, Edgar G. 3 Cypress St Contractor 

•»-- Field, LaForrest E..... .Boston Road .Restaurant 

.2— Flynn, Patriok J. Westford Road Farmer 

6 
Garvey, Vincent P Locke Road Lands. Gardner 

— — Gauthier, Viotor L. ......Shaw Street Painter 

-k— Gill, Jesse B .Boston Road.. Projectionist 

— - Greenwood, Raymond H. Fletcher St Trucker 

■ — - Haley, Daniel E 65 Westford St.... Unemployed 

— . Hazeltine, Guy E. High Street..... Salesman 

-a— Healy, Edward T Grant Street Coal Dealer 

— - Hoelzel, Charles F. Ripley Street Wool Sorter 

■n — Johnson, John G .......Chelmsford St Tailor 

.... Johnson, Lewis M North Road Mill Worker 



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Kelly, John J........ Gorham St Foreman 

Kinal, Stefan Billerica Road... Com Victualler 

Krasneoki, Edward ..Adams Street. .....Mill Worker 



"W— Lantagne, George A 16Z+9 Gorham St Retired 

..... Long, James A. ...Adams Street Mill Viorker 

— __ Lupien, Albert J Westford St Poultryman 



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— — Marchand, Josenh T.E... ... ...Steadman St. ...Oil Dealer 

— ~ MoGlinohey, Raymond J Main Street. .Mill "orker 

Mills, Enslie N 16 Westford St. Salesman 



Nobles, Cleveland K 180 Chelmsford St Retired 



_____ parker, Royoe M*. Robin Hill Road. Farmer 

— Pelton, Cecil M Sunset Avenue Fun. Director 

-1$-- Petterson, Paul D... ........ .Carlisle Street Instructor 

_ Picken, William T Middlesex Street..., Printer 

Queen, Clifford H Newfield Street Laborer 

— Reis, Oscar E ..School Street.... ..Amonia Maker 

--i Shaw, Harry. '.Vest land Ave Operative 

_____ small, George 17&+ Gorham St Retired 

_____ Stewart, Harold W Sherman Street. Manager 

_ _ Synuas, Willard High Street Treasurer 

Syvret, Francis P 36 Wright St. .....Gas Sta. Owner 



Upton, George H 1530 Gorham St ........... Insurance 

--- — Williams, Russell A Maple Road Carpenter 

_____ bright, Warren ...Robin Hill Road.. Assessor 

Juror drawn. ..,(1) Aug. 3, 19*42 Juror drawn. ...(8) Mar. 6, I9I42 

Juror drawn. ...(2) Sept. k, 19*+1 Juror drawn. ...(9) Aug. 26,191(2 

Juror drawn.... (3) Jan. 2k, 19*42 Juror drawn.. ..(10) Nov. 3, 191+L 

Juror drawn .... (k) Sept. l+# 19*4-1 Juror drawn... .(11) Dec. k, 19*42 

Juror drawn.... (5) Aug. 26, 19*42 Juror drawn.... (12) Oct. i+, 19*|1 

Juror drawn.... (6) Sept. U,- 19*4-1 Juror drawn.... (13) Nov. 2, 19^2 

Juror drawn. ...(7) December 9,19*41 Juror drawn....(lij.) Dec. 9, 19*41 
Juror drawn.... (15) Jan. 7, 19*42 

Harold C. Petterson, Town Cleric 
************************************************ 

******************************************** 

FINANCIAL REPORT OF THE TOWN CLERK 
FOR THE YEAR 19*42 

(On monies handled for Town, State and County) 

DOG LICENSES 

Male dogs ••••576 

Female 119 

Female spayed... • .136 

Kennel •• 1 

RECEIPTS 

Marriage licenses .....# 2*42.00 

Recording fees 195*50 

Certificates of registration '. *+*?5 

Auctioneers licenses *+«00 

Junk collector's licenses 15*00 

Fish and Game licenses (Sporting) 1,202,25 

Dog licenses.... 2,0*4.6.50... 

Dog lioenses( overpayment).. 200.00. . .2,2*4.6.50 

"" *3.9o9.5o 



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PAID OUT 

Marriage lioenses $2i+2 .00 

Recording fees 195*30 

Certificates of registration 3*00 

Auctioneers licenses U*00 

Junk collector's licenses • 15*00 

Fish and Game license fees 136*75 

Fish and Game licenses 1,065*5° 

Dog license fees * 163. 90.. 

Dog licenses fees (overpaid) 20.00 *. 188.90 

Dog licenses $1,377*60. . 

Dog licenses . (overpaid) 180,00 . .2,057*60 

Cash on hand... 1*25 

13.909*50 

Harold C* Petterson, 
Towi Clerk. 

********** ******* ***************************** 
. ****************************************** 



REPORT OF THE TAX COLLECTOR 
From the date of the State Audit 
Hay 2 19*42 and ending Dec. 3119*42 

The following is my report as Tax Collector from the date of the State Audit 
May 23 192+2 and ending ^eoember 31 19*42. 

PERSONAL TAXES - 1939 

Outstanding as per State Audit May 23, 19*42 $32.80 

#32.80 

Payments to Treasurer ,$16.U0 

Abated by Assessors I6.I4O 

$32.80 

a****************************************,** 
**************************************** 

POLL TAXES - 19*40 

Outstanding as per State Audit,May 23,19*42 |*|8.00 

1*48.00 

Payments to Treasurer ...#32.00 

Abated by Assessors. 16.00 

$U8.00 

PERSONAL TAXES - 19*40 

Outstanding as per State Audit,May 23,19*42 $675.*45 

*675.*45 

Payments to Treasurer 9I4OO .93 

Abated by Assessors. 27*4.52 

S675.U5 

REAL ESTATE TAXES - 19*4© 

Outstanding as per State Audit, May 23 19*42 $2,323.37 

Tax Titles oancelled 7.25 

12,330.62 



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Payments to Treasurer $1,659.16 

Taxes added to Tax Title Account 656*16 

Abated by Assessors....... 15»30 

$2,3:50.62 

******************************************** 
**************************************** 

POLL TAXES - 1941 

Outstanding as per State Audit,May 23 191+2 #170.00 

#170. 00 

Payments to Treasurer.. $ 50*00 

Abated by Assessors • 66*00 

Outstanding December 31,19142 5J4..00 

1170.00 

PERSONAL TAXES - 194l 

Outstanding as per State Audit May 23 19^2 $1,554.45 

ll.554.U5 

Payments to T r easurer #1,165*86 

Outstanding December 31,1942 388.59 

#1,554.45 

REAL ESTATE TAXES - 194l 

Outstanding as per State Audit,May 23 1942 #27.343.15 

Taxes refunded after payment. * 34*50 

Tax titles cancelled 7.43 

$27,385.08 

Payments to Treasurer. #19,636.55 

Taxes added to Tax Title Account 1,921. 6l 

Abated by Assessors.. 115*52 

Outstanding December 31, 1942 5,711*40 

$27,385.08 

*******!<****+****■(************************** 
**************************************** 

POLL TAXES - 1942 

Outstanding as per State Audit, May 23,191*2 $1,628.00 

Additional cammitaient by Assessors ^ec.19 1942... • 106.00 

Refunded after payment. * 2.00 

Overpaid 14.00 

$1,750.00 

Payments to T r easurer..«. • $ 864*00 

Abated by Assessors.. ^66,00 

Outstanding December 31,1942 320.00 

$1,750.00 

PERSONAL TAXES - 1942 

Committed by Assessors June 6, l-'U2 $2i+,886*85 

Additional commitment by Assessors Dec. 19 1942 61*05 

$24,947.90 

Payments to Treasurer $22,928.16 

Abated by Assessors.... 9*90 

Outstanding ^ecember 31, 1942 2,009* 84 

$24,947.90 

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REAL ESTATE TAXES - 19*42 

Committed by Assessors June 24,19*42 $250,075.21 

Refunded after payment 33*20 

Overpaid.. • .05 

$230, 108.ii6 

Payments to Treasurer 1190,907.73 

Abated by Assessors 3,072.17 

Taxes added to Tax Title Account 131.19 

Outstanding December 51,191+2 35,997.37 

$250,108.1^6 

a.**************-**************** ****** ** +* **** 
********+*+** ,************************** 

MOTOR VEHICLE EXCISE TAXES - 19*41 

Outstanding as per State Audit,May 25 19*42 #166.52 

$166.52 

Payments to Treasurer..... .....$ 65*92 

Abated by Assessors 98.60 

Outstanding ^eoember 51, I9I42 I4.OO 

$166.52 

MOTOR VEHICLE EXCISE TAXES - 19*42 

OUTSTANDING AS per State Audit,May 25 19*42 $2,150.11+. 

Commiited by Assessors July 2,19*42 729*3*4 

Committed by Assessors August 19,19*42 370.93 

Committed by Assessors October 1*4. 19*42... • 226.1+5 

Refunded after payment 138.05 

Overpaid 2.*4-3 

$3,597*3** 

Payments to Treasurer $3,01*0.97 

Abated by Assessors 353*69 

Outstanding December 31, I9I42 202.68 

$3,597*3*+ 

******************************************** 
**************************************** 

INTEREST AND COSTS ON TAXES 

Collections from date of State Audit May 23,19*42: 
Taxes: 

Levy of 1939 $ 1**48 

Levy of 19*40 152.*48 

Levy of 19*+1 658.I1J4. 

Levy of 19*42 100.72 

$913*12 
Excise taxes: 

Levy of 19*4l 5*01 

Levy of 19*42 29*12 

3*4*13 
Costs: 

Levy of 19*+0 39*95 

Levy of 19*+1 11 .50 

Levy of 19*42 57.05 

108*50 

11.055*75 

Payments to Treasurer $1,055.75 

TL.055.75 

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EAST CHELMSFORD WATER DISTRICT - TAXFS - I9I4O 

Outstanding as per state Audit,May 23,191*2 $29,80 

*29.80 

Payments to T r easurer . $15.57 

Abated by Assessors • lq.«2? 

129.80 

EAST CHELMSFORD WATER DISTRICT - TAXES - 191*1 

Outstanding as per State Audit,May 23 , 191*2 , j2k7»lk 

'»2U7.lU 

Payments to Treasurer #228.08 

Abated by Assessors. •••••••••• • 17.70 

Outstanding. '. "ecember 31 191+2. • I.36 

I21+7.1U 

EAST CHELMSFORD WATER DISTRICT - TAX^S - 191*2 

Committed by Assessors,Au list 11,191*2 #2,129.77 

#2,129.77 

Payments to Treasurer........ #1, 563*55 

Abated by Assessors. «. • l*-.76 

Outstanding December 31,191*2 56l.l*6 

#2,129.77 

INTEREST 
Collections from State Audit May 23 19l*2 to December 31 191*2 Inc. #9.38 

#9.38 

Payments to Treasurer #9.38 

#9.38 

********************************************** 
****************************************** 

SOUTH CHELMSFORD WATER DISTRICT - TAXFS - 191*0 

Outstanding as per State Audit May 23 I9I42 #23.50 

#23.50 

Payments to T p easurer #19.90 

Abated by Assessors... 3*60 

#23.50 
SOUTH CHELMSFORD WATER DISTRICT - TAXES-19l»l 

Outstanding as per State Audit,May 23,19142 jjgj+Jjg 

#12lwl+0 

Payments to Treasurer • .# 12l*..l|0 

$12i+.l+0 

SOUTH CHELMSFORD WATER DISTRICT -TAXES -19l*2 
Committed by Assessors, July 15 191*2 #759.80 

#759.80 

Payments to Treasurer $655.00 

Outstanding December 31,19i|2 101+.80 

#759.80 

INTEREST 
Collections from State Audit,May 23 19I42 to December 31 191*2. » #1*<23 

IU.23 

Payments to T r easurer • •• #l*-.23 

#U.23 
Harold C. Petterson, Collector of Taxes. 
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TOWN TREASURER'S REPORT 
FOR THE YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31st, 19*|2 

Balance on hand January 1,19*42 $ kk, 872.15 

Receipts for the year 19*42 635,918.110 

>7oo # 790.55 

Payments on 79 Warrants approved by the 

Board of Selectmen and Town Accountant. . ..*• $607,790*77 

Balance on hand December 31,19*42 92,999.78 

$700, 790.55 

RECONCILIATION OF TREASURER'S CASH 

Balance on hand December 31 » 19*42 1 

Appleton National Bank, Lowe 11, Mass $72,578.21 

Second National Bank,Boston,Mass. 28,688.14 

Union National Bank,Lowell,Mass 7*4l***3 

$102,007.78 

Cheok register balance December 31,19i|2 $92,999*78 

Checks outstanding as per list, December 31,19*42 9*008.00 

$102,007.78 

The large amount of outstanding oheoks as shown, is caused by reason of a 
warrant being issued on December 31f 19*42, and consequently the checks issued 
in payment of these accounts could not be cancelled in December 19*42* 

The Treasurer's books of accounts are always open for publio inspection to 
any citizen of Chelmsford,if any information is desired the Treasurer will 
be glad to assist any person in the matter* 

The classification of the receipts and expenditures will be found under the 
Town Accountant's report, 

December 31» 19*42 Harold C. Petterson, 

Town Treasurer* 

****:***************+******** ********* ******* ****** 
**^********^ *********************** *********** 

REPORT OF SINKING FUND COMMISSIONERS 
DECEMBER 31, 19*42 

Central Savings Bank,Lowell,J%ss Bank Book No. 78370 $ I4..23O.O3 

City Institution for Savings Bank.... Bank Book No. 99250 11,226.08 

Lowell Insitution for Savings Bank. ..Bank Book No.131298 7*880*59 

Merrimack River Savings Bank Bank Book No. 6305I 7,318.92 

Merrimack River Savings Bank Bank Book No. 16610 6,U66.34 

Lowell Five Cent Savings Bank Bank Book N0.IO5588 7,519.06 

Total $l4*4.,6l4l*02" 

Royal Shawcross, Chairman, 
Fritz H* Pearson, Secretary* 
Walter ^erham, Treasurer. 

January 1st, 19*4-3* Sinking Fund Commissioners* 



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60 



HEPOHT OF THE BOARD OP ASSESSORS 

To the citizens of the Tonn of Chelmsfordj 

We submit herewith, our Annual Report for the year ending Dec. 31 , 1Q J|P - 

TAX RATE $33-00 PER $1,000.00 

VALUE OF ASSESSED PROPERTY EXCLUDING DECEMBER ASSESSMENTS 

Value of Land, excluding Buildings |1, 557, 281. 00 

Value of Buildings, excluding Land 5,i(.ll4.,550.00 

Total value of Real Estate $6,971,831.00 

Value of Tangible Personal Estate 75U,125.00 

Total value of Real and Personal Estate 7,725,956.00 

VALUE OF ASSESSED PROPERTY, DECEMBER ASSESSMENTS 

Real Estate, None 

Value of Tangible Personal Estate $ 1,850.00 

Total value of Real and Personal Estate $ 1,850.00 

VALUE OF ALL ASSESSED PROPERTY EXCEPTING AUTOMOBILES IN THE 

YEAR 191+2 

Value of Land, excluding Buildings |1, 557, 281. 00 

Value of Buildings, excluding Land 5, i+LU. 550-00 

Total value of Real Estate $6,971,831.00 

Value of Tangible Personal Estate $ 755.975-00 

Total value of all assessed property, excepting 

automobile s $7 ,727 ,806.00 

TAXES COMMITTED TO COLLECTOR EXCLUDING DECEMBER 
ASSESSMENTS LEVY OF I9I42 

Tax on Real Estate $ 230,075-21 

Tax on Personal Estate 2i(.,886.85 

Tax on Polls, 2790 O |2.00 5,580.00 

Total I 260,5142.06 

TAXES COMMITTED TO COLLECTOR DECEMBER ASSESSMENTS 
LEVY OF 191+2 

Tax on Real Estate, None 

Tax on Personal Estate $ 61 .05 

Tax on Polls, 53 © $2.00 106.00 

Total $ 167 -05 



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REPORT OF THE BOARD OP ASSESSORS 



ALL TAXES EXCEPTING AUTOMOBILE EXCISE COMMITTED TO 
COLLECTOR LEVY OP 19^2 

Tax on Real Estate % 230,075.21 

Tax on Personal Estate 2l+,9l+7 «90 

Tax on Polls, 281+3 @ |2.00 5,686.00 

Total of all Real Estate, Personal, and 

Poll Taxes Committed to Collector in 191+2 % 260,709.11 

19142 RECAPITULATION 

Tonn Appropriations 

(a) To be raised by taxation % 3^0,996.16 

(b) To be taken from available funds.. 7,600.00 

Debt and Interest Matured and Maturing 13,1+75*00 

Overlay Deficits of Previous Years 207 «U6 

State Tax and Assessments 20,127.01+ 

County Tax and Assessments 12,1+77 »jh 

Overlay of Current Year 12,01+2.31 

Gross Amount to be raised $ 1+06,925.31 

Estimated Receipts and Available Funds 

Income Tax $ 29 ,766.32 

Corporation Taxes 22,262.91+ 

Gasoline Tax (Acts of 1939. Chapters 232 4 50l+) 18,152.25 

Motor Vehicle and Trailer Excise 8,000.00 

Licenses 6,139.00 

Fines 1+1+.00 

Grants and Gifts 5,81+8.00 

General Government I+23.OO 

Protection of Persons and Property 129.00 

Health and Sanitation 835. 00 

Highways 3 ,750 .00 

Charities 15 ,201 .00 

Old Age Assistance 23,51+8.19 

Soldiers* Benefits 273.00 

Schools 1,592.00 

Libraries lOl+.OO 

Interest on Taxes, Assessments and Deposits. 2,670.12 

Total Estimated Receipts $ 138,737.82 

Overestimates of previous year to be used 
as available funds 

State Parks and Reservations f ll+«93 

Amounts from Available Funds 7,600.00 

Hospital or Home Care For Civil War Veterans 30»5Q 

Total Available Funds $ 7,61+5.1+3 

Total Estimated Receipts and Available Funds $ 11+6,383.25 

Net Amount to be Raised by Taxation on Polls and Property | 26O.5l42.O6 



62 



REPORT OF THE BOARD OF ASSESSORS 



Number of Polls, 2790 « $2.00 $ 5,580.00 

Total Valuatiom Personal Property, $75U, 125-00 

At Tax Rate of 33. 00 2k, 886.13 

Total Valuations Real Estate, $6,971,831.00 

At Tax Rate of 33-00 23O.070.J42 

Gain by fractions 5*51 

Total Taxes Levied on Polls and Property $ 260,5U2.06 

ABATEMENTS OF POLL, PERSONAL, AND REAL ESTATE 
TAXES IN 19U2 

LEVY OF 1936 

Poll, None 

Personal, None 

Real Estate $ 7-6l 

Total $ 7-61 

LEVY OF 1937 

Poll, None 

Personal, None 

Real Estate $ 6-91 

Total t 6.91 

LEVY OF 1938 

Poll, None 

Personal, None 

Real Estate $ 6.75 

Total $ 6.75 

LEVY OF 1939 

Poll, None 

Personal $ I6.I4.O 

Real Estate 7.58 

Total $ 23 .78 

LEVY OF 19i+0 

Poll $ 3U.00 

Personal 27I4..52 

Real Estate 56.36 

Total $ 36I4..88 

LEVY OF I9J4I 

Poll $ 210.00 

Personal, None 

Real Estate 261.87 

Total $ i+71 .87 



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REPORT OF THE BOARD OP ASSESSORS 



LEVY OF 191+2 

Poll $ 926.00 

Personal 9 .90 

Real Estate 3,072.17 

Total $ U.010.07 

Number of Persons Assessed on Personal Estate Only.. I36 

Number of Persons Assessed on Real Estate Only 20l;6 

Number of Persons Assessed on both Personal and Real J>&\. 

Total number of persons assessed 2, I486 

Number of Horses Assessed 87 

Neat Cattlej 

Cows 603 

Yearlings, Bulls, Heifers, etc 12J4. 

Number of Swine Assessed 30I4. 

Number of Sheep Assessed 29 

Number of Fowl Assessed I4.0, I4I4.5 

All Other Animals Assessed 127 

Number of Dwelling Houses Assessed 2,222 

Number of Acres of Land Assessed 13,235.148 

MOTOR VEHICLE EXCISE 

TAX OF 191+2 COMMITTED TO COLLECTOR IN I9I42 

Number of Vehicles Assessed 21+93 

Total Value of Vehicles Assessed $ 529,180.00 

Tax Committed to Collector 18,587.98 

Excise Rate in Year I9I42 $36.U6 

TAX OF I9I4.I COMMITTED TO COLLECTOR IN 191+2 

Number of Vehicles Assessed 29 

Total Value of Vehicles Assessed $ 11,710.00 

Tax Committed to Collector 81.53 

Bxolse Rate in Year I9I4.I $36.60 

ABATEMENTS OF MOTOR VEHICLE EXCISE TAXES 

L«*y of 191*1 $ 259.67 

Levy of I9I42 677 «50 

FIRE AND WATER DISTRICT TAXES 

EAST CHELMSFORD WATER DISTRICT 
Tax Rate $3 .1+0 per $1000 

Value of Real Estate $ 589,550. 00 

Value of Personal Estate ; 36,650 .00 

Total Value of Assessed Estate $ 626,200.00 

Tax on Real Estate $ 2,005.03 

Tax on Personal Estate 12U .7I4. 

Total Tax Committed to Collector Levy of 191*2 $ 2,129-77 

64 



REPORT OF THE BOARD OF ASSESSORS 



Amount to be raised as notified by Clerk of East Chelmsford 

Water District $ 2,000.00 

Overlay of Current Year 129 -77 



Total, 



ABATEMENTS 
LEVY OF 191*0 



Personal 
Real, Estate, 



.09 
il+.ii+ 



Total 

LEVY OF 191+1 

Real Estate $ 17 .70 

Total 

LEVY OF 191*2 

Personal $ 1+.7& 

Total 

SOUTH CHELMSFORD WATER DISTRICT 
Tax Rate $1*..00 Per $1000 

Value of Real Estate $ 163,975. 00 

Value of Personal Estate 25,975.00 



Total Value of Assessed Estate, 



Tax on Real Estate. 
Tax on Personal Estate, 



$ 655.9O 

IO5.9O 



$ 2,129.77 



Total, 



ABATEMENTS 
LEVY OF 191*0 



Real Estate , 
Total., 



3.6O 



LEVY OF 191+1 



Real Estate. 
Total., 



3.60 



* U+.23 



* 17.70 



* 1+.76 



$ 189,950.00 



Total Tax Committed to Collector Levy of 191+2 $ 759.80 

Amount to be raised as notified by Clerk of South Chelmsford 

Water District $ 700.00 

Overlay of Current Year 59>60 



I 759-80 



* 3-60 



$ 3.60 



65 



REPORT OF THE BOARD OF ASSESSORS 



EXEMPT PROPERTY 191+2 

Value of Land $ l!47,100.00 

Value of Building 1,11+9,900.00 

Total $1,297,000.00 

Area of Exempt Property 606.03 Acres 

The regular meeting time of the Board of Assessors is on the first 
Tuesday afternoon of each month, from JtOO P. M. to 5t00 P. M. 

Respectfully submitted. 



Warren Wright 
Walter Jewett 

BOARD OF ASSESSORS 

TOWN OF CHELMSFORD 

**************************************** 
**************************************** 

CHELMSFORD 

The following is a report of the work of the Middlesex County Extension Ser- 
vice in the town of Chelmsford for the year 191+2. 

Assistance was given the Federal Milk Market Administrator in a survey 
of all milk trucking routes in the town. Dairy farmers were assisted in planning 
for increased milk production, thru improvement of pastures, by use of lime and 
superphosphate, the seeding of Ladino clover and rotation grazing of pastures. 

Edwin Warren, Theodore Emerson, Andrew Boumil, and Andrew Blaisdell had 
their herds in the Dairy Herd Improvement Association; Robert Moore and James E» 
Reardon had their herds in the Herd Health Association. 

Chelmsford poultrymen have been assisted in disease control, production 
problems, and record keeping by individual farm visits and circular material. Pou- 
ltry meetings were held in the Town Hall in March and December, at which meetings 
poultry ranges; brooding; poultry house ventilation; disease control; and war- 
time poultry farm management were discussed. 

The Home Department conducted a canning demonstration to show the newer 
practioes and methods of food preservation. The Home Demonstration Agent assisted 
in judging the handwork and flowers at the Grange Fair. 

Eighty-four boys and girls were enrolled in 1+-H Club work and carried on 
activities in clothing, food, handicraft, poultry, dairy, canning, and gardening. 
These clubs were under the supervision of Miss Barbara Noon; Mrs. A. H. Russell; 
Mrs. Frank Pearson, Miss Pearl Kouias; Miss Julia Koulas; Mrs. Lilla M. Dexter; 
V^rne Woodard; George Pedersen; Percy Beardsley; W. G. Hannon and Bernard French. 

Mrs. Percy Beardsley was chairman of the committee sponsoring 1+-H Club 
work in Chelmsford. 

Two club members attended Camp Middlesex in Ashby. George Pedersen was 
a delegate to the State Camp at Amherst. The Parlee brothers were fourth in the 
commercial garden class and the Straughan Partnership was fourth in the home garden 
class in the Middlesex North Garden Contest. 

The Victory Garden Program was initiated thru the Chelmsford Garden Com- 
mittee. 

Spray notices were mailed throughout the season to aid the fruit growers 
in producing one of the largest and cleanest apple crops on record. 

A. F. MacDougall 
County Director 

66 



REPORT OF THE POLICE DEPARTMENT 



Gentlemen: 

I respectfully submit the annual report of the Chelmsford Po- 
lice Department for the year ending December 31 , 19 1 +2. 

Deoartment Roster 

Chief — Ralph J. Hulslander 
Patrolmen — Wlnslow P. George, Allan Adams 

Special Police — Leo Boucher, Edward Miner, Raymond Harmon, Allen 
Kidder and Kenneth Reld 

School Police John Wrigley, George Marlnel, Percy Robinson, Leo 

A. Loiselle, Chester Aubrey, Charles Campbell, 
George Gaudette, Leonard Qulhton and Elmer Crowell 

Desk Officer Fritz Pearson 

Policewoman Christina N. Simpson 

Special Election Police-Richard Monahan 

Special Police(Westland S c hool)-Ellef Berg 

Special Police for Highway Department-Ancel E. Taylor 

Special Police for No. Chelmsford Fire District-Morton B. Wright and 

John Andrews 
Special Police (Surrounding Towns) 
' Lowell. .Caot. James J. Kennedy Insp. Andrev; Hunter 

Capt. William F. Murphy Insp. William P. Nelson 
Lieut. Robert C. Crowley Insp. James F. McC fl nn 
Lieut. Francis M. O'Loughlln Officer John Kealy 
Lieut. Edward J. Liston Officer Louis Turner 
Sgt. Owen S. Conway Officer Clyde R. Aldrich 

Sgt. John J. McNamee Officer Thomas Hickey 

Sgt. Walter L. Kivlan Officer Morris Shapiro 
Insp. Frank J. O'Dean Officer Oscar B e cht 

Officer Raymond Corkery 
Westford-Chlef John F. Sullivan-Officer John L. Connell 
Billerica-Chief William H. O'Brien Officer-Albert S.M c S W eeney 

Officer- John F. Trainor Officer Edward O'Connor 
Tyngsborough-Chlef Charle s Lorman-Of fleer G e orge Gaudette 

Offenses for Which Arrests Were Made 

Crimes Against Person 

Assault and Attempted Murder 1 

Assault. 2 

Manslaughter 1 

Crimes Against Property 

Breaking and Entering . . . . 5 

Larc eny 1 

Using Without Authority 2 

Crimes Against Public Order 

Motor Vehicle Laws Violating 9 

Delinquency 4 

Non-Support 3 

Drunkeness 33 

Driving Under the Influence 5 

Safe Keeping 5 

Disturbing the Peace 1 

Lewdness 2 

Total W~ 



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REPORT OF THE POLICE DEPARTMENT 



Dispositions of Persons Arrested 

Committed to Worcester State Hospital 4 

Committed to Monscn State Hospital 1 

Committed to Charleston State Prison 1 

Committed to Concord Reformatory 1 

Committed to House of Correction 4 

Committed to Bridgewater State Farm 2 

Released 23 

Fined 14 

Probation 19 

N t Guilty 1 

Filed 4 

Tot al W 

Miscellaneous 

Accidents Investigated. 49 

Total Mileage Covered by Cruisers 4929b miles 

Complaints Received and Answered 1279 

Ambulance Cruiser Calls 7 

I would like to take this oooortunlty to thank the Boy Scout 
Troup #313, North Chelmsford and the A n erlcan Legion Post #313, 
North Chelmsford for their presentation of a Police boat last spring. 
It Is greatly appreciated by the Department. 

I would also like to thank the Board of Selectmen for their 
splendid cooperation during the year, my brother officers and Miss 
Christina N. Simpson for their excellent service, the Auxiliary 
Police for their fine work, and the citizens of Chelmsford for the 
confidence they have placed in me. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Ralph J. Hul slander 
Chief of Police 

REPORT OF POLICEWOMAN 

Mr. Ralph Hulslander, Chief of Police:. 
Dear Sir: 

I hereby submit a report of my duties as policewoman for the 
year 1942: 

Cases investigated at request of Police 4 

Lectures in regard to behavior IS 

Cases investigated upon complaint to policewoman. . .11 
Assisted officer taking women patients to Worcester 3 
Visits to homes in regard to various police cases. .24 

Consultations with Chief of Police../. 30 

Consultation with policewomen of Lowell 1 

The duties of the policewoman are gradually increasing, due 
probably somewhat to a change in economic conditions. I believe 
that the C^ief of Police is aware of this. I hope to be able to 
devote additional time to this program, which will be for the best 
interests of the townspeople. I wish to thank Chief Hulslander and 
other members of the department for their cooperation and assistance 
during the year. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Christina N. Simpson, R.N. 
Policewoman 

66 



REPORT OF WELFARE AGENT 



To the Honorable Board of Public Welfare: 

As Agent for the Department of Public Welfare I wish to sub- 
mit the report for the year 19*4-2. 

The various kinds of relief are listed and classified in their 
proper categories. 

WELFARE 



January. 

February 

March. 

April. 

May. . . 

June. . 

July. . 

August 

September 

October. 

November 

December 



January. 

February 

March. 

Aoril. 

May... 

June. . 

July. . 

Augus t 

S e ptember 

October. 

November 

December 



Family Single 

Cases Cases Itemized Expenditures 

19 17 Cash j $ 764-l.lg 

15 lg Groceries & Milk 1374.25 

if 17 Rent, Board & Care 1626.27 

15 15 Fuel & Light 526.57 

12 15 Hospitalization & Medical. .. 1110. 76 

13 16 Clothing & Shoes 209. b9 

14 17 Other Cities & Towns 771.27 

g 17 State Infirmary 117.00 

6 IS Burials 100.00 

6 19 All Other 15. 25 

5 17 $13512^4 

7 19 

Gross Expenditures $13512. g4 

Less : 

Refunds...*,.. lg.50 

Net Expenditures $13494.34 

Balance Dec. 31,19^2 5.66 

OLD AGE ASSISTANCE 

Cases Cases No. 

Added Closed Rec.OAA Gross Expenditures 

3 6 205 I 6111.77 

10 215 6433. gg 

2 1 216 6306.72 

3 1 21g 6W.7& 

5 5 21g 7244. g2 

6 3 221 7g44.l3 

3 21g 7510.73 

4 214 7225.52 

1 1 214 70g3.g4 

5 2 217 7392.2 

5 5 217 7393.9 

1 _4_ 214 7412.21 

41 35 Gross Expenditures $24575765 

Less: 

Fed. Grants-Refunds 19561.97 

Net Expenditures 45011.bg 

Plus: 

Other Cities & Towns 277.24 

Net Cost #452gg.92 

Balance Dec. 31, 1942 11. Og 



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REPORT OF WELFARE AGENT 





Cases 


Casee 




Added 


Closed 


January. . 


1 


1 


February. 





1 


March. . . . 








Aoril 








May 


1 





June 


1 





July 





1 


August. . . 





1 


Sect ember 








October. . 








November. 


1 


1 


December. 





1 




"Tf 


T 



AID TO DEPENDENT CHILDREN 

No. 
Rec.ADC 



Gross Expenditures 



l4 
13 
13 

11 

11 

13 
13 
13 
13 
12 



Gross Expenditures $ 
Less: 

Federal Grants.. 
Net Expenditures., i 
Balance Dec . 31 , 1942 



729.90 
630.25 
625.50 
660.00 
703.33 
745.75 
734.00 

746.15 

759.61 
934.25 

713.35 

649.25 

8631.34 

2791.09 

5840725 

159.75 



REIMBURSEMENT 3 ( Not including Federal grants) 

Welfare $ 3020.17 

C>id Age Assistance. . . 34-351. 65 

Aid to DeD. Children. . 2692.10 

Total $40063.92 

OUTSTANDING ACCOUNTS Us of Jan. IS, 1943) 

Welfare O.A.A. 

Boston $ 100.00 $ 45.00 

Billerica 20.00 
Lawrence 4l.J$5 

Lowell 227.00 
Mass.(Comn. of) 1020.70 

Revere 12.00 

Somervllle 173.62 65.00 

$1336717 $369.00 



WELFARE 

I do not believe the expenditures of welfare will depreciate 
to a much lower degree than in the year 1942. At the present time 
the recipients of this form of aid are unemployable either because 
of s 1 ckness, physical or mental weakness. Due to the increased 
cost of living expenses and also an increase In hospital rates that 
went into effect Dec. 1, 1942 any appreciable reduction In the wel- 
fare load will be offset by a larger budget required and the step- 
up in ho so it al charges. 

In addition to the cost of Outside Relief within the Town the 
Welfare department has assumed the expense of support on the former 
inmates of the Chelmsford Town Farm, who are now being boarded at 
the Westford Infirmary at the present time. At the special Town 
Meeting held July 23, 1942 It was voted to discontinue our infirm- 
ary which necessitated placing the three inmates elsewhere. 



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REPORT OF WELFARE .AGENT 



This change was made Aug. 1, 194-2. This additional burden on the 
Welfare department Is estimated at $1500.00 per year. 

OLD AGE ASSISTANCE 

The number of recipients of this form of aid amounted to 214- 
In December, 19^-2, which was 6 more than In December of the pre- 
ceding year. This would seem to indicate that we have nearly 
reached the so called saturation point on Old Age Assistance, which 
means that there are almost as many recipients who are being closed 
out by death and various other reasons as there are being accepted 
for this form of assistance. 

The Massachusetts Legislature passed the liberalized amendment 
to the Old Age Law which amendment became effective April 30, 19^2. 
As a result of this it was mandatory that cash payments to many 
Individuals receiving this form of assistance be increased sub- 
stantially as of May 1, 19^-2. 

There has been a growing tendency by private hospitals to In- 
crease their rates on convalescent care of aged and infirm pat lent s- 
these increases amounting to 50$ * n many cases. If this becomes 
state wide, together with additional Increases expected due to high 
living costs, it will certainly Indicate another steo-up in Old Age 
grants. 

AID TO DEPENDENT CHILDREN 

This form of relief which is granted to widows with dependent 
children remains at a more constant level than other categories of 
aid. The expenditure for 19^-2 was only slightly in excess of the 
year 19^1. 



I am grateful to the Board of Public W e lfare, the Bureau of 
Old Age Assistance and other Town Officials for the generous help 
accorded me during the year 19^2. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Leonard S. MacElroy 
Welfare Agent 

SEALER OF WEIGHTS AND MEASUERS REPORT 

1o the Honorable Board of Selectmen, 
Chelmsford, Ma S3 • 

Gentlemen: 

I respectfully submit my annual report as Sealer of Weights 
and Measurers for the year ending December 31,1942: 

Number of scales tested and sealed 151 

Number of weights tested and sealed 264 

Number of capacity measuers tested and sealed 60 
Number automatic measuring devises T»andS«»»» 84 
Number of Linear measuBBS tested and sealed. • 3 

Number of scales condemned .« 1 

Total fc>65 

Kenneth R# Reid, 
Sealer of weights and Measures 
71 



REPORT OF SOLDIERS' RELIEF AGENT 



To the Honorable Board of Selectmen: 

I am oleased to submit the report covering all exoenditures for 
relief furnished Veterans and their dependants during the year 19^2: 



Reimbursement received from Commonwealth during 1942. 

SOLDIERS' RELIEF 

No. of Cases No, of .Persons 

January 8 15 

February 8 15 

March 9 19 

Aoril 9 20 

May 7 11 

June 8 15 

July 8 15 

August 5 6 

September 4 5 

October 4 5 

November 4 5 

December 6 7 



January. . . 
February. . 
March. 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August. . .-, 
September, 
October. . , 
November. , 
December. . 



January. . . 
February. . 

March 

April 

May. .'..... 
June. ..... 

July 

August. . . . 
September- 
October. . . 
N vember. . 
December. . 



$ 200.00 



Amount Exo. 

3 227.27 
215.70 
207.69 
286.69 
307.80 
249.08 
201.50 
126.00 
IIO.50 
120.00 
116.50 
187.00 

#2355.73 



MILITARY AID 


Amount 


Reimbursement received 


Expended 


during year 1942 


105.00 


Comm. of Mass 8 534.25 


70.00 




70.00 




70.00 




70.00 




70.00 




70.00 




70.00 


* 


70.00 




70.00 




4o.oo 




40.00 




815.00 




STATE AID 


Amount 


Reimbursement received 


Expended 


during year 1942 


10.00 


Comm. of Mass....? 30.00 


10.00 




10.00 




10.00 




10 . 00 




10.00 




10.00 




10.00 




10.00 




10.00 




10.00 




10.00 




120.00 






Respectfully submitted, 




Leonard S. MacE^roy 




Agem; 



72 



REPORT OF THE BOARD OF HEALTH 

To the Citizens of the Town of Chelmsford 

The Board of Health herewith submits it's report for the year 19i|2» 

The Board organized for the year as follows; Raymond H. Greenwood, Chairman; 
Edmund J. Welch, Secretary 5 and Harry L. Shedd, Jr. Mr. Welch served as secretary 
until October, 1%2; at which time he entered the Armed Foroes of Our Country. 
His duties as secretary sinoe this time have been taken over by Mr. Shedd. 

Although absent, Mr. Welch is still a member of this Board inasmuch as it is 
our understanding that anyone entering the service of his Country may retain pub- 
lic office if he so desires. At this time we wish to offer our best wishes to Mr. 
Welch. 

The Board takes this opportunity to express it's sympathy to the family of 
a long and faithful past-member of the Department, George McNulty. 

This Department in the past year has endeavored to stay within the limits 
of it's appropriation as set up by the Finanoe Board. In this respect we feel 
that we have been successful to the extent that we have turned baok a considera- 
ble amount of money to the Town Treasury. 

We have this year appointed Daniel E. Haley as Milk Inspector to replace our 
previous non-resident inspector, since we feel that such positions should be fill- 
ed, if possible, by a qualified citizen of our own town. 

An invitation is hereby extended to residents of the Town to attend any of 
our meetings. We shall try our utmost to give our best attention and considera- 
tion to all problems pertaining to the Department. 

To the other Departments of the Town for their co-operation during the year 
we extend our thanks. 



Respectfully submitted, 

Raymond H. Greenwood 
Harry L. shedd Jr 

Chelmsford Board of Health 

REPORT OF THE BOARD OF HEALTH AGENT AND SCHOOL NURSE 

Mr. Raymond Greenwood, Chairman 
Board of Health, Chelmsford, Mass. 

Dear Sirs: 

Following are the diagnosed contagious diseases reported for the year 1%2 
(A case is not recognized as being diagnosed unless seen by a physician) 

Chicken Pox 7 

Dog Bite 9 

German Measles 2 

Measles.. 2 

Mumps 9 

Tuberculosis (pulmonary)... 1 

Whooping Cough 5 

I hope that we will have close co-operation on the part of physicians and 
parents in regard to the reporting of contagious diseases, during the ooming year 

73 



in order that no drastic measures need be taken. PhysicianB may obtain postal 
cards for the reporting of said diseases at the Board of Health office. 

In April 19^ a Diptheria immunization clinic was held. This was arranged 
a month ahead of schedule due to the prevaienoe of a number of cases of Diptheria 
in a nearby city. Many parents took advantage of this offer. I hope that during 
the coming year parents will make a special effort to have every child immunized 
against Diptheria and successfully innoculated against Smallpox. We oannot afford 
to have epidemics of these or any other diseases due to negligence on our part. 

We have planned on having a dental survey of the school childred, if possi- 
ble, for the purpose of determining the various needs of the town as a whole, 
while working for a suitable dental program. I have had a consultation with Dr. 
Hopkins of the State Department of Public Health and she advised said survey. 
I hope that parents will co-operate by having their dentists fill out the ques- 
tionaires sent home and return same to the schools as soon as possible. 

Let me say here, good teeth can be planned. Nature does the building but 
we must provide materials and arrange for the proper upkeep. A decayed tooth is 
a menace to good health, as it is a center from whioh infection may be carried to 
other parts of the body. 

All pupils have been given a physical examination by the school physicians, 
Dr. A. G. Scoboria and Dr. J. E. Boucher. Those pupils taking part in the vari- 
ous athletic programs have been given a more rigid examination. I wish that par- 
ents would make a special effort to have defects noted, corrected as 3oon as poss- 
ible. It costs less to maintain health than to repair it. 

I believe that in the schools, health should be "built into" the entire pro- 
gram, rather than be "fitted onto" an already functioning school program, 

I am in hopes of having a Red Cross Home Nursing Class at the High School 
in the near future, as soon as the necessary equipment can be obtained. 

Following is a report of school activities: 

Number of visits to classrooms, • 500 

Personal hygiene and health talks 165 

Sanitary inspections in schools 90 

Consultations with parents.......... • U75 

Consultations with pupils • 390 

Pupils sent or taken to physicians........*.. ...., 330 

First Aid treatments, 56° 

Transportation to hospitals, 30 

Absentees at home visited or contacted... ......... 518 

Excluded from school as suspicious cases of com- 
municable diseases including ringworm, pediculosis 

and others 180 

Pupils taken home because of illness, ,. • 73 

Following is the T.3. Report 

Number of children taken to Waltham lii 

Number of adults taken to V.'altham 30 

Number of homes visited...... 60 

During the year I met with the Tuberculosis Seal Committee and plans were 
discussed in relation to the transporting of patients to TrYaltham for X-Rays and 
physioals. 

I have had consultations with Miss Gertrude Martin, Dr. Archibald and var- 
ious other members of the State Department of Public health. We have discussed 
various cases and situations in order that the town might have the best health 
program possible, with the amount of money appropriated for health. I think we 
Bhould remember that the first line of defense lies in the health of our people. 

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Protecting civilian defense is home defense. 

The report of the Union Churoh Fund is as follows: 

Receipts: Balance on hand Jan. 1, I9I42 ....••• tfl/4.95 

Balance on hand Dec. 1, 19i+2 17.17 

Total Reoei pts $32712 

Expenditures Milk for worthy cases... 10.95 

Dental work, 1 case U.00 

Total Expenditures $14.95 

Balance on Hand Dec. 31, 19ij2 17.17 

135712" 

In closing, I would like to thank the members of the Board of Health for 
their assistance. I would also like to thank the School Committee, Mr. Wright, 
Mr, Burns, teachers and parents for their oo-oeeration. 

Respeotfully submitted, 

Christina N. ^imnson, R.N. 
Board of Health Agent and School Nurse 

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ANNUAL REPORT OF PLUMBING INSPECTOR 



Chelmsford, Mass. 
January 11, 19U3 

Board of Health 

Town Hall 

Chelmsford, Massachusetts 

Gentlemen : 

The following is a report of the plumbing work done for the year ending Dec- 
ember 31, 19*42. 

Number of applications submitted for permits to do plumbing: I48 

New Houses II4. 

Old Houses 

Total 

Inspections* 63 

Tests 20 

Total "TJJ 

The following is a list of the various plumbing fixtures installed: 

Water Closets » I46 

Sinks • I4O 

Lavatories I4O 

Wa ih Trays 23 

Bath i ubs 37 

Floor Drains 1 

Shower Baths 1 

Range Boilers . • • • 11 

Sink Traps 1 

Total 2S0" 

Very truly yours, 

George E. Gagnon 

Plumbing Inspector 

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REPORT OF MILK INSPECTOR 

Deo. 31, 19142. 

Mr. Raymond H. Greenwood, Chairman, 
Board of Health, 
Chelmsford, Mass. 

Dear Sirs: 

Sinoe taking over the duties of Milk Inspector July 15, 19^42 I have coll- 
ected samples from practically every source supplying the people of the Town of 
Chelmsford with milk and cream. 

Samples from individual cows were colleoted at thirteen different farms. 
All samples have "been analyzed by the Howard Laboratories of Amherst, Mass, and, 
on the whole, found very satisfactory. The milk from one herd was found to be 
badly infected with "mastitis" and milk from this herd was excluded until condi- 
tions were remedied. All samples were tested for total solids, fats and bacteria. 
Average total solids for Milk-Pastuerized was 13.01 %% Fats h»0Of» 

There are now 32 wagon licenses, 35 store licenses, 2 licensed for milk 
pastuerising plants and 9 stores licensed to sell oleomargarine. 

I have received oompliments from State Health Authorities upon the quality 
of milk being sold in the Town of Chelmsford and for the manner in which the Milk 
Department of the Board of Health is being handled. 

Very Truly Yours 
Daniel E. Haley 
Milk Inspector 



REPORT OF INSPECTOR OF SLAUGHTERING 

January 1, 19U3 
To the Board of Health, 
Chelmsford, Mass* 

Gentlemen : 

Following is report of animals slaughtered by lioensed butchers or by owners 
on their own premises and inspected by me during the year 19^42 • 

Cattle 270 

Calves 208 

Hogs 623 

Sheep*. 16 

Of these were condemned: 

Cattle 1 

Calves 1 

Hogs 10 

All these inspections have been reported to the state authorities* 

Respectfully submitted, 
W.C. Gale, Inspector of Slaughtering 

INSPECTOR OF MARKETS 

January 1, 19U3 
To the Board of Health, Chelmsford, Mass* 

Gentlemen : 

During the year 19^? I have called on markets, butcher and fish carts, and 
found them in A/fl condition, although a few pounds of meat had to be destroyed* 

Respeotfully submitted 
W.C. Gale, Inspector of Markets. 

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REPORT OF THE TRUSTEES OF THE ADAiCS LIBRARY 

At the first of their regular quarterly meetings, the trustees of the Adams 
Library organized for 19^2 with the following officer: 

Chairman Mr. Edward B. Russell 

Secretary...... Miss Miriam E. Warren 

Treasurer Rev. Charles W. Henry 

The three other members, Miss Frances Clark, Mrs. Frederick Snow, and Mr. E.Wayne 
Jenkins, serving upon various committees — prudential, book purchasing, etc. 

Mrs. Ida A. Jefts was reappointed librarian, Mrs. G. W, Peterson, assistant 
librarian, and Miss Vivian Todd, assistant in the children's room. 

Mr. Edward Carlson, Mr Harry Hilyard and Mr. Otis Brown were also reaocoint- 
ed oarriers to the West, East, and South districts. 

In June Miss Todd resigned, and as yet, no one has been found to take her 
place. 

Mr. Field also resigned as janitor and special officer at the library. The 
trustees were fortunate in securing Mr. Clayton for the work in September. 

For several months the Red Cross has had the use of the George Memorial Hall 
t.*ioe a week for surgical dressing work. Because of this the Historical Society 
holds its meeting in the main reading room of the library. 

Edward B. Russell 
Rev, Charles W. Henry 
Frances Clark 
Mrs Frederick Snow 
E. Wayne Jenkins 
Miriam E. V/arren 
REPORT OF THE ADAMS LIBRARY LIBRARIAN 

Circulation for lyij2: 

Fiction 10,852 

Non Fiction 3,088 

Magazines* 69I4. 

Total lk,63k 

Books sent to East Chelmsford 901 

Books sent to South Chelmsford 2li7 

Magazines sent to South Chelmsford......... , 9 

Books sent to West Chelmsford, 873 

New borrowers. 186 

New books purchased 19I4. 

Books rebound , 86 

Handed Treasurer for fines received. ,.$9h»53 

Handed Treasurer for books lost & destroyed. 3«25 

Handed Treasurer for sale of magazines 10.10 

Gift of books from Rev. & Mrs. C. W. ^enry, F.A.P. Fiske, Mr Kittredge, 
Dutton & Co., Harper Publishing Co. 

Respectfully submitted 
Ida A. Jefts, Librarian 

REPORT OF THE ADAMS LIBRARY TREASURER 
Financial Report, Adams Library 
Charles W. Henry, Treas. 

Jan. 1, 19142 — Deo. 31, I9I42 

19142 

Jan.l Balance on hand; Union National Bank $55.90 

Rec'd Ree'd Library Fines (Dec.l9l4l-Nov.l9l42)... 9U.57 

History of Chelmsford 5.00 

Int. wi-tyidrawn: Central Savings Bank...... U5«00 

Int. withdrawn: Lowell Instit. for Savings 160.00 

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Int. withdrawn: City Instit. for Savings.. $ 95.00 
Int. withdrawn: Aaron George Fund 

(Cem'y care) 9.00 

Garden Club 8.00 

Chelmsford H ist. Soo'y i|.00 

Old Magazines 10.10 

Paid: Town Treasurer: Library Fines $ 94»57 

History of Chelmsford 5.00 

Charles E. Lauriat Co. Books 177*60 

F. J. Barnnard Co: Binding Books 26.52 

E. B. Adams: Magazines.... 11.25 

The Book Shop 52.1*3 

Home Book 2.50 

U.S. New Magazine 2.00 

National Geographio 3*00 

Ida A. Jefts, office expenses.... 5*00 

LaF. Fields: lawn mower repair 2.00 

Russell Lumber Co 1.85 

J. B. Donovan: plumbing 9*71 

Rent: Safety Deposit Box 6.00 

Rent: P.O. Box .75 

C. J. Flavell: Cem'y Care 9*00 

Monthly Bank charges (Sept-Nov. 1942) 1.02 

Total Expenditures 

SU10.1+0 
Total Receipts $486.57 

Dec. 31* Bal. on hand: Union Nat. Bank. •• 76.17 

Totals $1^86.57 $486.57 

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REPORT OF CEMETERY COMMISSIONERS 

To the Board of Selectmen: 

Gentlemen; 

The Cemetery Commissioners wish to submit the following report for the year 
ending December 31 » 1942. 

^he Cemetery Superintendents are to be commended on the excellent condition 
in which the cemeteries have been kept, in spite of the shortage of help and assi- 
s stance . 

There has been 420 feet of water pipe installed in the Pine Ridge Cemetery 
and we expect to install 300 feet more this spring. 

We extend our thanks to the lot owners for their cooperation in helping to 
keep the cemeteries in good condition. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Bayard C. Dean 
William Bellwood 
Arthur W. House 









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NORTH CHELMSFORD LIBRARY CORPORATION 
North Chelmsford, Massachusetts 

The annual meeting of the North Chelmsford Library Corporation was held 
at the library on Wednesday evening at 7:50 

The librarian submitted the following report: 

Sessions Ikl 

Cir oulati on 11 ,918 

New Books 523 

We have received a bequest of one thousand dollars from the will of Rmmn 
J, Gay. Miss Gay was a former resident of North Chelmsford and was also the 
librarian here for several years. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Bertha M. Whitworth, Librarian 

TREASURER'S REPORT OF NORTH CHELMSFORD LIBRARY CORPORATION 

RECEIPTS EXPENDITURES 

Balanoe on hand, Jan, 1, 19142...;$ 6.80 Librarian's Salary,,., $ 555»°0 

Town Appropriation,,,. 1,200,00 Assistant Librarian 95*13 

Fines 5.95 Lighting 26.52 

Sale of Book.... 2,10 Fuel and service charge..... 116.82 

Books 457.28 

Binding Books 20,55 

Magazines,. 21,25 

Charles Dinnigan (labor).... 2.50 

Charles F lave 11 (labor) 2,00 

Miscellaneous I4I.IO 

§1,095.93 

Balance on hand., .. 116.92 

$ 1,212. 85 gl.21g.83 

Respectfully submitted, 

Nellie L, Shawcross, 
Treasurer 

ii%mmmmmm%mm%m%*%%tmt 

REPORT OF THE BOARD OF FIRE ENGINEERS 

To the Honorable Board of Selectmen, 
Chelmsford, Mass, 

We have the honor to submit the annual report of the Board of Fire Engineers. 

This year has been filled with many and unusual problems which have been 
the common lot of all connected with government. The Board have had their share 
and have tried to solve them for the best interests of the town and for the safety 
of the citizens and their property. 

One of our chief problems has been the numerous changes in personnel all of 

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whom have been trained men and their loss has been keenly felt. Among these were 
our chief at South Chelmsford, Charles House and the Captain at the Centre, Allan 
Kidder. Both these men have served the Department faithfully over a long period 
of time. 

However this is our contribution to the defense of our Country and we are 
proud of our boys who have joined the armed forces to fight for freedom and right 
eousness. 

Their places have been filled with others whose zeal and earnestness prom- 
ises that our efficiency will not be impaired. 

We have cooperated with the Defense Committee in organizing a group of aux- 
iliary firemen who will serve us well when the emergency comes. 

The fuel oil situation with its rationing has necessitated the inspection 
of equipment and storage facilities in over JOv homes, the issuing of permits and 
the collection of £264.. 50 in fees which sum has been turned over to the Town Treas- 
urer. 

In spite of priorities and difficulties in obtaining supplies and replace- 
ments we have sucoeeded in anticipating our needs so that apparatus, equipment 
and quarters are all in first class condition and ready to meet the test when the 
call may come. 

We have maintained friendly relations with the Departments of surrounding 
cities and towns and they stand ready to furnish us with help whenever oailed. 
We in turn have rendered them service on several occasions including the City of 
Lowell, whose aid is and has beai a most valuable asset. 

We have worked closely with our Forest Fire Warden whose excellent work 
has coped with many brush fires and prevented extensive damage from this source. 

We would take this occasion to thank our Police Department who by their 
splendid cooperation have rendered this Department every possible help. 

In closing may we express our confidence that with the nresent condition 
of our equipment and training of our personnel, we can face the uncertain days 
that lie ahead, certain that the Denartaent is prepared to afford our citizens 
the proptection they need. 

Respectfully submitted, 

John Dixon 
Edward Hoyt 
John M. Kemp 

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REPORT OF THE CHELMSFORD TOWN FOREST COMMITTEE 

This last year has seen no activity on the part of your Tovm Forest Com- 
mittee due to the War, the absence of any appropriation for this purpose as well 
as the absenoe of man power in these times. 

The recommendations of your Committee made in our last Annual Report based 
upon the advice of Harold 0. Cook, Director and Chief Forester of the Mass. Dep- 
artment of Conservation, still stand. 

The excess cutting of timber now going on due to War needs will make for 
the future a very definite soarcity. The new Forestry Laws related to the taxa- 
tion on growing timber makes the growing of timber a more profitable venture. 

On our Gage Lot set aside by the Town for Town Forest purposes there is 
quite a growth of small pine which is being smothered out by gray birch and this 
pine needs freeing to attain a normal growth. 

This operation with a small amount of spot planting, along with some oare 
through the early growing years, should eventually f^ive the town a good stand of 
pine on this particular lot. 



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At the present time with the great laok of man power your Committee feel* 
that nothing can be done but looking ahead to the Post War period when it may be- 
oome neoessary to find employment for people, it would be wise to give serious 
consideration to the projeot of making this land produce something for the Town'a 
benefit • 

Respectfully submitted, 

Luther IV. Faulkner 
Edward B. ^ussell 
Arthur Lfl. Batchelder 



REPORT OF FOREST WARDEN 

January 27, 19U3 
To the Honorable Board of Selectmen 
To the Citizens of Chelmsford 

Greetings: 

I shall devote the main part of my report this year to the immediate needs 
of this department, rather than the usual summary of last years activities. 

I am introducing an article in the Annual Town Meeting Warrant this year 
to purchase a new pump and other necessary fittings, together with 500 feet of 
new l-ir inch hose, which will cost approximately $900 # 00; to be installed and be- 
come an integral part of the new truck purchased in 19^1 • 

The main reasons for this arej to make the truck one that can be quickly 
and easily put into operation by one man and to obtain a greater volume of water 
at higher pressure than is now possible; also, by this means the Town obtains 
an extra piece of apparatus comparable to the large pumpers, which will be avail- 
able, in case of emergency anywhere in Town, should the main apparatus be in use. 

In regard to the customary appropriation of $900,00 for the operation and 
maintenance of the department; it is evident on analyzing the situation that it 
is and has been for several years an insufficient sum, owing to the fact that the 
Fixed c harges are now muoh greater than in previous years. Formerly of the 
$900.00 appropriated about $100.00 was in fixed charges, and now nearly $600.00 
is in form of fixed expense, due to inorease in Forest Warden salary --cost of 
telephones— insuranoe; this leaves $300*00 to attend all other, which includes, 
gasoline, oil, repairs, soda, aoid and many other small items as well as includ- 
ing labor at fires. 

Many times during any year, dox alarms, are sent in, calling out the Fire 
Dept. for grass and woods fires and the cost of this is borne by this department. 

These alarms average between $!(.. and $5* P 91 " call, which will be greater 
this year owing to increased pay granted recently. 

The items included in the $900.00 asked for are as follows: 

1. Centrifugal Front End Pump, 250 gal per min ....$1+50.00 

Installation — flat oharge. 50.00 

2 Lengths 3" Suction hose 1.75 per ft 20' each 35.00 

Couplings for " " $10 per set 20.00 

2-g- to 1-g (2 way valve) or Siamese.. 25. 00 

1 Coupling 3" to 2-g" Pump to Hydrant 7.70 

1 Each, double male — double female 1^"«. U»50 

2 Nozzels l|r inch © $15 each ...30.00 

500 ' «1^ inch single jacket hose © 55/zf per ft 275.00 

$897.20 

The amount asked for this year does not completely meet the needs of the 
department; The small equipment such as, pump cans, extinguishers (chemical) 
brooms, etc, of which none have been purchased for many years, and that left of 
the old lot is in poor condition. 

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Briefly, in regard to last years fire season. The weather conditions were 
nearly more normal than for some years previously, rain oocuring frequently, which 
cut the number of fires to 112. Forty of these were extinguished without any help 
by your Forest Warden and 10 others with one man. Thirty-seven were box alarms 
in various seotions of the Town, of the remainder extra help up to 10 men was 
required. 

This information is given in advance of the Town Meeting, in order that 
the Citizens of ttie Town may determine, whether or not, to inorease the effic- 
iency of the department. 

I sincerely hope that the Citizens of the Town will take favorable action 
on this article, at the annual meeting next March. 

Respectfully submitted 
H. M. Sturt event, 
Forest Warden 

REPORT OF PLANNING BOARD 

Monthly meetings of the Board have been held during the year except in July 
and August. 

No applications have been received for land sub-divisions this year due pro- 
bably to war conditions. 

We have held consultations with town officials for discussions of matters' 
pertaining to the welfare of the town. 

An instructive talk was given to the Board by a Federal Planning Engineer 
of the Public Works Reserve on the subject of long term planning for town benefits. 

With the vflluable assistance of our Town Accountant, Mr. Winthrop A. Parkhu- 
rst we have compiled and printed a complete financial summary of the receipts and 
expenditures of the town a period of the past eleven years. 

This summary should be a help to the selectmen and the finance committee. 

Suggestions have been made by several citizens regarding beneficial changes 
in some of the zoning, building and other town by-laws, which we have under con- 
sideration jjid may offer for your action at a future date. 

Two articles sponsored by t he Board relative to changing street names were 
accepted at the last Annual Town Meeting. 

Howard D. Smith 
Chairman 

Arnold C. Perham, Sec. 

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REPORT OF INSPECTOR OF ANIMALS 

Dec. 31, 19*42 
Board of Selectmen : 

Gentlemen : 

All work of this Departaaent is under the orders of the Division of Livestock 
Disease Control of the State Department of Agriculture and ail orders have been 
investigated and duly reported. 

Regular tests for tuberculosis have been made and for the last three years 
no reactors have been found. Cattle owners are advised to have their calves, be- 
tween four and eight months old, being raised for dairy purposes vaccinated for 
3angs disease. 

Four stables have been reported to the Division that were not under super- 
vision for tuberculosis control. There were forty one dairy cattle shipped into 
town from without the State, all were identified by proper permits and test charts 
and were released from quarantine. Thirty head were also shipped in for immediate 
slaughter. 

Thirty dog bite cases were investigated and twenty one dogs were quarantined 
for the required period of observation and later released as no rabies developed. 
No rabies cases were found in town during the year. 

Twenty one swine were quarantined for hog cholera, some have died and the re- 
mainder are still under quarantine. Calves vaccinated between the ages of four and 
eight months need not be tested for Bangs disease UDon entering thi s State until 
they are eighteen months old and cattle from accredited herds outside the State need 
not be tested until they have been in this State for six months 

Arnold C. Perham, Inspector 

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THE COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS 

Department of Corporations 
and Taxation 

Division of Accounts 



Report of an Audit 

of 

The Accounts of 

THE TOM OF CHELMSFORD 



For the Period from April 7, I9I4O, to May 25, 19i£ 

Made in Accordance with the Provisions of 
Chapter Uk, General Laws 



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THE COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS 

Department of Corporations 
and Taxation 

Division of Accounts 



State House, Boston 



August 27, 19*42 



To the Board of Selectmen 

Mr. James A. Grant, Chairman 
Chelmsford, Massachusetts 

Gentlemen : 

I submit herewith my report of an audit of the books 
and aocounts of the Town of Chelmsford for the period from April 
7, 19*40, to May 25, 19*42, made in accordance with the provisions 
of Chapter I4J-1., General Laws. 

This is in the form of a report made to me by Mr. Herman 
B. Dine, Assistant Direotor of Accounts. 

Very truly yours, 

Theodore N. Waddell 

Direotor of Acoounts 
TNW:CAH 



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Mr. Theodore N. Waddell 

Director of Aooounts 

Department of Corporations and Taxation 

State House, Boston 

Sir: 

In accordance with your instructions I have made an audit of the books and 
accounts of the town of Chelmsford for the period from April 7, 19U0» the date 
of the previous audit, to May 23, 19^42, and submit the following report thereon: 

The financial transactions, a3 recorded on the books of the several depart- 
ments reoeiving or disbursing money for the town or committing bills for collect- 
ion were examined and verified by comparison with the books and records of the 
town treasurer and the town accountant. 

The books and accounts in the office of the town accountant were examined 
and oheoked. The ledger accounts were analyzed, the receipts, as recorded, be- 
ing compared with the treasurer's cash book and the payments being cheoked with 
the selectmen's warrants authorizing the disbursement of town funds. The appro- 
priations and loans authorized, as reoorded on the ledger, were checked with the 
town clerk's records of financial votes passed in town meeting. 

In checking the appropriations, it was noted that amounts have been appro- 
priated by the town after the determination of the annual tax rate and that such 
appropriations have been raised in the levy of the succeeding year, but expend- 
itures against such appropriations have been made in the year in which the appro- 
priations were voted. While liabilities could have been incurred against these 
appropriations as soon as voted, no expenditures should have been made therefrom 
until the year in whioh the appropriations were raised by taxation. 

Attention is also called to the fact that expenditures for highway projects 
carried on by the town in conjunction with the State and county may not exceed 
the aggregate amount of the appropriations voted therefor by the town, together 
with the amounts actually received on account of allotments. When the reimburse- 
ments from the State and county are not received in time to provide funds for pay- 
ment of pay-rolls and materials, temporary loans under the provisions of Section 
6k, Chapter Uh, General Laws, may be issued by the treasurer without a vote of 
the town. 

A trial balance was taken off proving the accounts to be in balance, and a 
balance sheet, showing the financial condition of the town as of May 23, 19^42, 
was prepared and is appended to this report. 

The books and accounts of the town treasurer were examined and checked. The 
reoorded receipts were analyzed and compared with the records in the departments 
collecting money for the town and with the other sources from which money was 
paid into the town treasury, while the payments were checked with the treasury 
warrants. 

The cash balance on May 23, 19^2* was verified by reconoiliation of the bank 
balances with statements furnished by the banks of deposit and by actual count of 
the cash in the office. 

The payments on account of maturing debt and interest were proved with the 
amounts falling due and were ohecked with the oancelled securities and coupons 
on file. 

The savings bank books and securities representing the investments of the 
several trust funds in custody of the town treasurer, the treasurer of the lib- 
rary trustees, and the insurance fund commissioners, were examined. The income 
was proved, the disbursements were verified, and the balances were reconciled with 
the town accountant's ledger. 



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The records of tax titles and tax possessions held by the town were examined 
and oheoked. The tax titles and tax possessions on hand were listed and compared 
with the town accountant's ledger and with the records in the Registry of Deeds. 

The hooks and accounts of the town collector were examined and oheoked in 
detail. The tax acoounts outstanding, aooording to the previous examination, and 
all subsequent commitments were audited and compared with the assessors' warrants 
for their collection. The departmental bills committed for collection were aud- 
ited and comoared with the records in the several departments committing such 
bills. 

The recorded collections were compared with the payments to the treasurer, 
the abatements, as entered, were checked with the assessors' records of abate- 
ments granted, the taxes transferred to the tax title account were reconciled 
with the reoords of tax titles held by the town, and the outstanding taxes and 
departmental accounts receivable were listed and proved with the town accountants 
ledger. 

The outstanding taxes and tax titles were further verified by mailing notices 
to a number of persons whose names appeared on the books as owing money to the 
town, the replies received thereto indicating that the outstanding aooounts, as 
listed, are correct. 

The financial records of the town clerk were examined and oheoked. The col- 
lections on account of town licenses, dog licenses, and sporting licenses were 
verified and checked with the payments to the town, county and State. 

In addition to the departments and accounts mentioned, the books and accounts 
of the several other departments collecting money for the town or coinmitting bills 
for collection were examined. The recorded collections were checked with the pay- 
ments to the treasurer, and the cash balances were verified by actual oount of 
the oash on hand. 

It was noted that receipts of the cemetery department for opening graves, 
foundations, etc., are retained by the employees who do the work in lieu of com- 
pensation, in whioh connection it is recommended that all such receipts be paid 
into the town treasury as required by Section 53» Chapter I4I4., General Laws, and 
that the compensation of the employees be paid on authority of selectmen's war- 
rants and charged to an appropriation provided therefor. 

The surety bonds of the town officials required by law to furnish suoh surety 
were examined and found to be in proper form. 

Appended to this report, in addition to the balanoe sheet, are tables show- 
ing a reconciliation of the cash of the town treasurer, treasurer of the library 
trustees, and town clerk, summaries of the tax, tax titles, tax possession, and 
departmental accounts, as well as schedules showing the condition and transactions 
of the several trust funds. 

For the cooperation received from the several town officials during the pro- 
gress of the audit, I wish, on behalf of my assistants and for myself, to express 
appreciation. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Herman B. Dine 

Assistant Director of Accounts 
HBD:CAH 



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RECONCILIATION OF TREASURER'S CASH 

$110,092.51; 



Balanoe April 7, 1940, per previous audit, 
Receipts: 

April 7 to December 31, 1940, $443 .492 .4L4. 

1941, 672,688.30 



Payments : 

April 7 to December 31, 1940, $524, 701.79 

19U1 656,699.3U 

Balance December 31, 1941, 



Balance January 1, 1942, 

Receipts January 1 to May 23, 191*2, 



Payments January 1 to May 23, 1942, 
Balanoe May 23, 19i|2, 



Balance May 23, 1942, 

Cash on hand May 23, 19142: 

Appleton National Bank of Lowell, 
Union National Bank of Lowell, 
Second National Bank of Boston, 
In office, verified, 



1,116, 180. 7U 



1,181,1401.13 

44, 872.15 

$44, 872.15 
194,626.57 



$164,687.16 
7U.811.56 



$21,663.64 

3,951.86 

U6.889.57 

2,306.49 



Appleton National Bank of Lowell 
Balance May 23, 1942, per statement, 



Balance May 23, 1942, per check register, 
Outstanding checks May 23, 1942, per list, 



$21,663.64 
2,807.81 



Union National Bank of Lowell 
Balance May 23, 1942, per statement, 

Balance May 23, 191*2, per check register, 

The Seoond National Bank of Boston 
Balance May 23, 1942, per statement, 

Balance May 23, 191*2, per check register, 



$1, 226,273. 28 



$1,226,273.28 
$239,498.72 

$239.498.72 
v74.8ll.56 



S 74, 811 .56 
$21^,471.45 

324,471.45 
$3,951.86 
33,951.86 

$46,889.57 
.^46, 889.57 



RECONCILIATION OF LIBRARY TREASURER'S CASH 



Balance April 7. 1940, per previous audit, 

Receipts: 

April 7 to December 31, 1940, 
1941, 



Payments : 

April 7 to December 31, 1940, 
1941, 

Balanoe December 31, 1941, 



i;180.91 



$175.00 
304.60 



479.60 



$295.21 
209 .40 



$660.51 



504.61 

L55.90 ^660.51 



87 



Balance January 1, 191+2, $155.90 

Receipts January 1 to May 23, 19*42, 20.10 



Payments January 1 to May 23, 19*42, $103 ,*}0 

Balance May 23, 19*42, 72.60 



Balance May 2*+, 19*42, 172.60 

Reoeipts May 21+ to July 17, 19*42, 100.00 



Payments May 21+ to July 17, 19*42, $91.80 

Balance July 17, 19*42: 

Union National Bank of Lowell, 80.80 



REAL ESTATE TAXES - 1931 



1176.00 



$176.00 



$172.60 



$172.60 



Tax titles disclaimed April 7 to December 31, 19*40, $li|.*40 

Abatements April 7 to December 31 » 19*40, $1*|.1+Q 

TAXES - 1935 
Outstanding April 7, 19*40, per previous audit, $22.75 

Abatements April 7 to December 31, 19*+0, $22.75 

TAXES - 1936 
Outstanding April 7, 19*+0, per previous audit, $21.97 

Abatements April 7 to Deoember 31, 19*40, $21.97 

TAXES - 1937 

Outstanding April 7, 19*40, per previous audit, $93.6*4. 

7 
Payments to treasurer April to 

December 31, 19*40, 
Abatements April 7 to Deoember 31# 19*40, 

POLL TAXES - 1938 

Outstanding April 7» 19*4-0, per previous audit, 

Payments to treasurer April 7 to December 31* 19*40, 

PERSONAL TAXES - 1938 

Outstanding April 7, 19*4-0, per previous audit. 

Payments to treasurer : 

April 7 to December 31, 19*+0, 

88 



$6*4.*t7 




29.17 


$93.6U 




$20.00 




$20.00 




$391.50 


$232.50 





191*1, $11*1.00 

373.50 
Abatements April 7 to December 31, 191*0, 18,00 



REAL ESTATE TAXES - 1938 

Outstanding April 7, 191+0, per previous audit, $9,706,96 

Overpayment adjusted April 7 to December 31, lyl+O, ,50 

Payments to treasurer April 7 to December 31, 191*0, $8,512.96 

Abatements April 7 to December 31, 191*0, 1*3.50 

Tax titles taken April 7 to December 31, 191+0, 1,1142.75 

Added to tax titles April 7 to December 31, 191+0, 8,25 



Payments to treasurer January 1 to May ^3, 191*2, $21,16 

Outstanding May 23, 191*2, per list, 32.80 



REAL ESTATE TAXES - 1939 

Outstanding April 7, 191*0, per previous audit, $1+7,379,75 

Overpayments refunded April 7 to Deoember 31, 191*0, 22,00 

Abatements and payments refunded 191*1, 98.1*0 

Overpayments adjusted April 7 to December 31, 191+0, 9*08 

Credit balance December 31, 191*1, .10 



$391.50 



$9,707.1+6 



$9,707.1+6 



POLL TAXES - 1939 
Outstanding April 7. 191*0, per previous audit, $392,00 

Payments to treasurer: 

April 7 to December 31, 191+0, $268.00 

191+1, 18.00 

286.00 
Abatements April 7 to December 31, 191*0, 106.00 

$392.oo 

PERSONAL TAXES - 1959 

Outstanding April 7, 191*0, per previous audit, $1,912.91 

Payments to treasurer: 

April 7 to December 31, 191*0, $952.81+ 

191+1, 699.1+7 

1,652.31 
Abatements 191+1, . 206.61+ 

Outstanding December 31, 19l*l, 53*96 

$1,912.91 

Outstanding January 1, 191+2, $53.96 



$53-96 



$1+7,509.33 



Payments to treasurer: 

Anril 7 to December 31, 191+0, $30,931+.9l* 

191+1, 12,593.11 



Abatements: 

April 7 to December 31, 191+0, 271.1*2 



1+3,533.05 



1941, 



1109.08 



Tax Titles taken 1941 # 

Added to tax titles April 7 to December 31, 1940, 



Audit adjustments May 23, 1942: 

Tax title redemptions reported as taxes 1939, 
Interest reported as taxes 1939, 
Tax titles taken in excess, 
Overpayments , 



Credit balance January 1, 1942, 
Audit adjustment May 23, 1942: 
Overpayments adjusted in error, 

POLL TAXES - 1940 

Outstanding April 7, 1940, per previous audit, 
Conmitment April 7 to December 31 , 1943, 
Abatements and payments refunded April 7 to 
Deoember 31, 1940, 



Payments to treasurer: 

April 7 to December 31, 1940, $3,692.00 

191+1. 392.00 

Abatements j 

April 7 to December 31, 1940, $420.00 

1941, 206.00 

Outstanding December 31, 1941, 



Outstanding January 1, 1942, 
Audit adjustment May 23, 1942: 
Abatement in error. 



Payments to treasurer January 1 to May 23, 1942, 
Abatements January 1 to May 23, 1942, 
Outstanding May 23, 1942, per list, 



PERSONAL TAXES - 1940 



38I.30 

515.06 

3,079.92 



$5.74 

2.60 

.10 

.74 



$.10 

9.08 



$4,740.00 
80.00 

10.00 



$4,c84.oo 



626.00 
120.00 



$47,509.33 



Commitment per warrant, 
Additional commitment, 



Payments to treasurer: 

April 7 to December 31, 1940, 
1941, 

Abatements : 

April 7 to December 31, 1940, 
1941, 



$18,700.90 
1.500.73 



25.76 
11.27 



$21,131.48 
75.67 



20,201.63 



$9.18 



$9.18 



$4,830.00 



$4,830.00 



$120.00 




2.00 


$122.00 


$54.00 
20.00 
48.00 


$122.00 



$21,207.15 



37.03 



90 



Outstanding December 31, 1941, 



Outstanding January 1, 1942, 

Payments to treasurer January 1 to May 23, 191+2, 

Outstanding May 23, 1942, per list. 



$966.1+9 



$293. OU 
675.45 



$21,207 .15 
$968,149 

$968.49 



REAL ESTATE TAXES - 1940 



Commitment per warrant. 
Additional Commitment, 
Abatements and payments refunded: 

April 7 to Decmber 31, 1940, 

191+1, 

Overpayments refunded April 7 to 

December 31, 191+0, 
Overpayments adjusted April 7 to 

December 31, 191+0, 



Payments to treasurer: 

April 7 to December 31, 1940, 
191+1, 

Abatements : 

April 1 7 to December 31, 191+0, 
191+1, 

Added to tax titles 1941, 
Outstanding December 31, 191+1, 





02O1+, 877.16 
1+3.1+8 


$32.20 
11.27 


1+3.1+7 




19.32 




28.98 

$205,012.1+1 


,,1146,730.33 
1+5,224.03 


$192,001+. 36 


S3,l8l+.70 
71.65 


3,256.35 
2,280.74 
7,1+70.96 



Outstanding January 1, 191+2, 
Audit adjustments May 23, 191+2: 

Tax title redemptions reported as taxes 191+0, 

Overpayments , 



Payments to treasurer January 1 to May 23, 191+2, 
Abatements January 1 to May 23, 191+2, 
Audit adjustment May 2), 1942: 

Overpayments adjusted in error, 
Outstanding May 23, 1942, per list. 



$205,012.1+1 



$7,1+70.96 

8.05 
19.32 



$5,10l+.92 
41.06 

28.98 
2,323.37 



$7,493.33 



$7,498.33 



POLL TAXES - 1941 



Commitment per warrant, 
Additional commitment. 



Payments to treasurer, 

Abatements, 

Outstanding December 31, 1941, 



$5,464.00 
96.00 



$4,498.oo ■ 
522.00 
540.00 



$5,560.00 



55, 560.00 



91 



Outstanding January 1, 19*42, $51+0.00 

Abatements and payments, and overpayments 

to be refunded, 10.00 



Payments to treasurer January 1 to May 23, 19*42, 
Abatements January 1 to May 23, 19*42, 
Outstanding May 23, 19*+2, per list, 



PERSONAL TAXES - 19*+1 



Commitment per warrant, 
Additional commitment. 
Abatements and payments refunded, 



Payments to treasurer, 
Personal taxes 19*4-1 reported as 

estimated receipts, 
Abatements, 
Outstanding December 31» 19*4-1, 



Outstanding January 1, 19*42, 

Payments to treasurer January 1 to May 23, 19*42, 
Outstanding May 23, 19*42, per list, 



REAL ESTATE TAXES - 19*4l 

Commitment per warrant, 
Abatements and payments refunded, 



Payments to treasurer, 
Abatements, 

Refund-motor vehiole excise taxes 19*+1 
reported as real estate taxes 19*+1, 
Outstanding December 31, 19*41, 



Outstanding January 1, 19*42, 
Audit adjustments May 23, 19*42: 

Abatement in error: 

Overpayment, 



Payments to treasurer January 1 to May 23, 19*42, 
Abatements January 1 to May 23, 19*42, 
Outstanding May 23, 19*42, per list, 



POLL TAXES - 19*42 

Commitment per warrant. 

Payments to treasurer January 1 to May 23, 19*42, 
Abatements January 1 to May 23, 19*42, 
Outstanding May 23, 19*42, per list, 



92 





$550.00 


$236.00 
1I+1+.00 
170.00 


$550.00 


$22,671.80 
23.10 
1+1.25 


$22,736.15 


$20,*+17.68 




209.55 

56.93 

2,051.99 


$22,736.15 




$2,051.99 


$*+97.5U 
1.55*+.*4-5 


$2,051.99 


$216,819.23 
117.68 


$216,936.91 


$165,501.80 
3,0*41.30 




8.77 
1+8,385.01+ 


$216,936.91 


§1+8,385.01+ 




17.33 
.15 


$1+8,1+02.52 


$20,913.02 

U+6.35 

27,3U3.15 


$l+8,i+02.52 




$5,580.00 


$3,590.00 

362.OO 

1,628.00 


$5,580.00 



MOTOR VEHICLE EXCISE TAXES - 1936 
Overpayments adjusted 19*4-1, $12,77 

Credit balance April 7, 19*40, per previous audit, $12.77 

MOTOR VEHICLE EXCISE TAXv.S - 1938 

Outstanding April 7, 19*40, per previous audit, $7.*42 

Overpayments adjusted April 7 to December 31, 1940, 14*97 

$22.39 

Payments to treasurer April 7 to December 31 . 19*40, $22.39 

MOTOR VEHICLE EXCISE TAXES - 1939 

Outstanding April 7, 19*4-0, per previous audit, $207.50 

Abatement and payment refunded 

April 7 to December 31, 1940, 3«12 



Payments to treasurer April 7 to December 31 * 19*40, $l60.75 
Abatements April 7 to December 31. 19*40, 49»87 



MOTOR VEHICLE EXCISE TAXES - 1940 

Outstanding April 7, 1940, per previous audit, $1, 651*66 
Commitments April 7 to December 31, 19U0, 13,812.27 

Abatements and payments, and overpayments 

refunded : 

April 7 to December 31, 19*40, $825,11 

19*41. 27.25 

852.36 
Commitment motor vehiole excise taxes 

19*|0 reported as motor vehiole excise 

taxes 1924.1, 329.89 



Payments to treasurer: 

April 7 to December 31, 19*40, $1*4., 967. 09 

19*41. 531.00 



15,498.09 



Abatements: 

April 7 to December 31, 19*40, 1,044.11 

19*4. 79.U3 

1,123.54 

Outstanding December 31, 1941. 24.75 



Outstanding January 1, 19*42, 

Payments to treasurer January 1 to May 23, 19*42, 

MOTOR VEHICLE EXCISE TAXES - 19*4 

Commitments per warrants, $23, 515*92 

Abatements and payments and overpayments 

refunded 1,383.50 

Refund-motor vehicle exoise taxes 19*4-1 

reported as real estate taxes 1941, 8.77 



93 



$210.62 



$210.62 



$16,6*46.38 




$24,908.19 



Payments to treasurer, $22,372.29 

Abatements, l,6l4»35 
Commitment motor vehicle excise taxes 19*40 

reported as motor vehicle excise taxes 194l, 329*89 

Outstanding December 31, 1941, 591.66 



$24,908.19 



Outstanding January 1, 1942, $591.66 

Additional commitment January 1 to May 23, 19*42, 81*53 
Abatements and payments and overpayments 

refunded January 1 to May 23, 19*42 , 47.43 



$720.62 



Payments to treasurer January 1 to May 23, 19*42, v393«03 

Abatements January 1 to May 23, 19*42, 159.79 
Audit adjustment May 23, 19*42: 

Abatement not previously reported, ' 1.28 

Outstanding May 23, 19*42, per list, 166.52 



720.62 



MOTOR VEHICLE EXCISE TAXES - 19*42 



Commitments per warrants. 

Abatements and payments refunded January 1 to 

May 23, 19*42. 
Abatements and payments to be refunded. 



Payments to treasurer January 1 to May 23, 19*42, 
Abatements January 1 to May 23, 1942, 
Outstanding May 23, 19*42, per list, 



$17,261 .26 

155.35 
30.6*4 



$1*4,993.30 

323. 81 

2,130.14 



$17,447.25 



$17,*4U7.25 



INTEREST AND COSTS ON TAXES 



Collections April 7, 1940, 


to December 31, 


1941 : 


Interest: 






Taxes 1937, 






Poll Taxes; 






Levy of 1938, 


* 


$• 82 


Levy of 1939, 




8.70 


Levy of 1940, 




14.38 


Levy of 19*41, 




3.46 


Personal Taxes: 






Levy of 1938, 




18.10 


Levy of 1939, 




72.55 


Levy of 1940, 




47.76 


Levy of 19*4l, 




1.62 


Real estate taxes: 






Levy of 1938, 




^628.77 


Levy of 1939, 




1,830.00 


Levy of 1940, 




1,319.81 


Levy of 1941, 




71.144 


Motor vehiole excise taxes: 




Levy of 1938, 




$2.55 


Levy of 1939, 




13.07 


Levy of 19*4.0, 




91.15 


Levy of I9J4I, 




88.35 



^7.25 



27.36 



140.03 



3,850.02 



195.12 






94 



Costs 

Poll taxes: 

Levy of 1938, 1?3.50 

Levy of 1939, U7.95 

Levy of I9I4O, U46.I4O 

Levy of 19I4I, 59.15 



259.00 



Payments to treasurer: 

April 7, to Deormber 31, 19U0, U.950.02 

19l4l, 2,528.76 

Collections January 1 to May 23, 19^2: 
Interest: 
Poll taxes: 
Levy of 19^0, 
Levy of I9I4I, 

Personal taxes: 
Levy of 1939, 
Levy of 191*0, 
Levy of I9I4I, 

Real estate taxes : 
Levy of 1939, 
Levy of I9I1O, 
Levy of 19i+l, 

Motor vehicle exoise taxes: 
Levy of I9I4O, 
Levy of I9I4I. 
Levy of 19l£ , 

Cos ts : 

Poll taxes: 
Levy of 191+0, 
Levy of I9I4I, 



Payments to treasurer January 1 to May 23, 191(2 » 
Audit adjustment May 23, 19142: 

Interest reported as real estate taxes 1939, 



EAST CHELMSFORD WATER DISTRICT - TAXES 1938 

Cash in town treasury April 7, I9I4O, $77»UU 

Outstanding April 7, I9I4O, 72.16 

Overpayments adjusted April 7 to December 31 » 191(0, 2.32 

Interest collections April 7 to December 31, 19^40 , 3*79 



Payments to district treasurer April 7 to December 

31, 19U0, 1130 .U3 

Abatements April 7 to December 31, 19U0, 25.28 



EAST CHELMSFORD WATER DISTRICT - TAXES 1939 

Cash in town treasury April 7, 19U0, $277.79 

Outstanding April 7, I9h0, 1497.80 

95 



n.07 
U.25 


^5.32 


1.86 
18.76 
11. ok 


31.66 


$2.60 
317.86 
360.73 


681.19 


$2.80 

8.39 

U5.56 


56.75 


$9.10 
39.55 


I48.65 


# 


§820.97 




2.60 



$4.U78.7b 



$l4.U78.78 



#823.57 



$823.57 



$155.71 



$155.71 



Interest collections: 

April 7 to December 31, 19l*0, $10.75 

191*1, 7.03 



Payments to district treasurer: 

April 7 to December 31. 191£, $665.71+ 

191*1, 107.83 

Abatements : 

April 7 to December 31, 191+0, $3.00 

191+1, 16.80 



17.78 



$773.57 



19.80 



EAST CHELMSFORD WATER DISTRICT - TAXES 191*0 

Commitment per warrant, $1,682.20 

Interest collections: 

April 7 to December 31, 19l*0, $1.08 

191*1, 10.58 

11.66 



1,566.61* 



Payments to distriot treasurer: 

April 7 to December 31, 191*0, $1,160.23 

191*1, 1+06.1*1 

Abatements: 

April 7 to Deoember 31, I9I4O, $1.87 

191*1, 2.01+ 

3.91 

Outstanding December 31, 191*1, 123.31 



Outstanding January 1, 191+2, 3.123.31 

Interest collections Januiry 1 to May 23, 191*2, 5*55 

Outstanding May 23, 191*2, per list, $29.80 

Cash in town treasury May 23, 191+2, 99.06 



EAST CHELMSFORD WATER DISTRICT - TAXES 19l*l 

Commitment per warrant, $1,711*58 

Interest collections, .53 



Payments to district treasurer $1,21*5*70 

Outstanding December 31, 191*1, 1*66.1+1 



Outstanding January 1, 19l*2, $1*66.1*1 

Interest collections January 1 to May 23, 191+2, 3.71 

Outstanding May 23, 191*2, per list, $21*7. 11* 

Cash in town treasury May 23, 191*2, 222.98 



96 



$793.37 



$793.37 



$1,693.86 



$1,693*86 

$128.86 
$128.86 

$1,712.11 
$1,712.11 

$1+70.12 
$1*70.12 



NORTH CHELMSFORD FIRE DISTRICT - TAXES 1937 

Cash in town treasury April 1, 191*0, $1.96 

Payments to district treasurer April 7 to 

Deoember 31, 1940, $1.96 

NORTH CHELMSFORD FIRE DISTRICT - TAXES 1936 

Cash in town treasury April 7, 1940, #53.34 

Outstanding April 7, 1940, 80.26 

Interest collections April 7 to December 31, 1940 5*°4 

Abatements in error April 7 to December 31, 1940, 3*46 



Payments to district treasurer April 7 to 

December 31, 1940, $130.39 

Abatements April 7 to Deoember 31, 1940, 11.71 



SOUTH CHELMSFORD YfATER DISTRICT - TAXES 1938 



Payments to distriot treasurer April 7 to 

Deoember 31, 1940, $342.65 

Abatements April 7 to December J>\ t 1940, 6.75 



SOUTH CHELMSFORD WATER DISTRICT - TAXES 1940 

Commitment per warrant, $742.10 

Interest oolleotions: 



April 7 to December 31, 1940, $.54 

1941. 5-38 



5.92 



Payments to district treasurer: 

April 7 to December 31, 1940, $526. 74 

1941, 196.58 

1723.32 
Outstanding December 31, 191*0, 24.70 



Outstanding January 1, 1S42, $24.70 

Interest collections January 1 to May 23, 1942, .12 



Outstanding May 23, 194?, per list, $23.50 

Cash in town treasury May 23, 19i42, 1.32 



97 



$1142.10 



$1142.10 



Outstanding April 7, 1940, $.25 

Payments to district treasurer April 7 to December 31, 1940, $.25 

SOUTH CHELMSFORD WATER DISTRICT - TAXES 1939 

Cash in town treasury April 7, I9I4O, $115.51 

Outstanding April 7, 1940, 227.04 

Interest collections April 7 to December 31, 1940, 6.85 



$3149.140 



$349.40 



$7148.02 



$71*8.02 



$24.82 



$2l*.82 



SOUTH CHELMSFORD WATER DISTRICT - TAXES 191+1 



Commitment per warrant, 




$751.1+0 




Interest collections. 




.38 


$751.78 


payments to distriot treasurer. 




$550.88 




Outstanding Decanber 31, 191+1, 




200.90 


$751.78 


Outstanding January 1, 191+2, 




$200.90 




Interest collections January 1 to May 23, 


191+2, 


1.52 


$202.1+2 


Outstanding May 23, 191+2, per list, 




I122+.1+0 




Cash in town treasury May 23, 191+2, 


• 


78.02 


$202.1+2 


TAX TITLES 






Balanoe April 7, 191+0, per previous audit, 




$7,708.65 




Tax titles taken: 








April 7 to December 31, 191+0: 








Taxes 1938, 


|1,H42.75 






Interest and costs, 


508.1+0 






l*l.i 








Taxes 1939, 


515.06 






Interest and costs, 


392.71 


2,558.92 




Added to tax titles: 








April 7 to December 31, 191+0: 








Taxes 1938, 


$8.25 






Taxes 1939, 


3,079.92 






19l4l: 








Taxes 191+0, 


2,280.71+ 


5,368.91 


$15,636.1+8 


Tax titles redeemed: 








April 7 to Decanber 31, 192+0, 


$^,1+75.28 






19U, 


2,35U+o 


6,829.68 




Tax titles foreclosed: 








April 7 to Decanber 31, 19A+0, 


$1,016.12 






191+1, 


338.29 


l,35i+.l+l 




Tax titles disclaimed April 7 to 








December 31, 191+0 : 








Taxes 1931, 


$iU.l+o 






Interest and costs, 


7.97 


22.37 




Balance December 31, 191+1, 




7,1+30.02 


$15,636.1+8 


Balanoe January 1, 191+2, 




$7,1+30.02 




Audit adjustments May 23, 19/+2: 








Correction of prior list, 




71+. 56 




Overpayments, 




3.20 


$7,507.78 


Tax titles redeemed January 1 to May 








23, 191+2, 




$6ol+.89 




Tax titles foreclosed January 1 to May 23, 


191+2, 


l,07l+.90 





98 



Audit adjustments May 2J, 19*42: 

Tax titles taken in excess-taxes ly39 , ,10 

Recording fees reported in excels, 2.10 
Tax title redemptions reported as: 

Taxes 1939, 5.74 

Taxes 19*40, 8.05 

Balanoe May 23, 19*42, per list, 5,812.00 



TAX TITLE POSSESSIONS 



Balance April 7, 19*40, per previous audit, §1,706.79 

Tax titles foreclosed: 

April 7 to December 31, 19*40, $1,016.12 

191+L, 338.29 

1.35U.U1 

Tax title possessions sold 19*4l» $140.73 

Balanoe December 31, 19*+1, 3,020.1+7 



3alanoe January 1, 19*42, $3,020.1+7 

Tax titles foreclosed January 1 to May 23, 19*42, l,07*+.9O 

Audit adjustment May 23, 19*42: 

Correction of prior list, 2 32. 54 



Tax title possessions sold January 1 

to May 23, 19142, 1106.57 

Audit adjustment May 23, 19*4.2: 

Sale price less than tax title 328.13 

possession value, 

Balanoe May 23, 19*42, per list, 3,893.21 



SELECTMEN'S DEPARTMENT 
Accounts Receivable 

Outstanding April 7, 19*40, P©r previous audit, $5«°5 

Commitment 8 : 

April 7 to December 31, 19*40, $6.01 

19*4l, 2.10 

8.11 



Payments to treasurer: 

April 7 to December 31, 19*+0, $6.56 

19*41, 2.10 

$8.66 

Abatements 19*4-1, 4.50 



SELECTMEN'S LICENSES 



Lioenses and permits issued: 




May 25 to Deoember 31, 19*4-0: 




Auto dealer's, 


$15.00 


Gasoline, 


1.50 


Liquor, 


2,502.50 


Common victualler's. 


18.00 


Sunday, 


26.00 



$7,507.78 



$3,061.20 
$3,061.20 

$14,327.91 



$4,327.91 



$13.16 



$13.16 



99 



Entertainment , 

Auto dealer's. 

Gasoline, 

Liquor, 

Common victualler's, 

Sunday, 

Entertainment , 



$15.00 



$60.00 

.50 

2,854.00 

52.00 

60.00 

61.00 



$2,578.00 



$5,087.50 



$5,665.50 



Payments to treasurer 1 

May 25 to December 31, 1940, 
19U1. 



Licenses and permits issued 
January 1 to July 16, 1942: 
Auto dealer's, 
Liquor, 

Common victualler's, 
Sunday , 
Entertainment , 



Payments to treasurer: 

January 1 to May 23, 1942, 
May 24 to July 16, 1942, 

Cash on hand July 16, 1942, verified, 



$353.00 
5,312.50 



$5,665.50 



















- 




$45.00 






1,267.50 






14.00 






30.00 






29.50 


$1,336.00 


$1,368.00 






11.50 








1,379.50 






6.50 


$1,386.00 



RECONCILIATION OF TOWN CLERK'S CASH 



Cash balances May 23, 1942, per tables: 
Dog licenses, 
Sporting licenses, 
Miscellaneous receipts, 



Cash on hand May 23, 1^42, verified, 



$196.80 

106,75 

6.75 



$310.30 
$310.30 



TOVJN CLERK 



Dog Lioensea 

Cash balance May 26, 1940, per previous audit. 

Licenses issued: 

May 26 to December 31, 1940: 

Male, 147 @ v2.00, $294.00 

Female, 30 @ 5.00, 150.00 

Spayed female 16 © 2.00, 32.00 

1941 : 

Male, 401 @ $2.00, $802.00 

Female, 64 @ 5.00, 320.00 

Spayed female, 98 @ 2.00, I96.OO 

Kennel, 1 @ 25 .00, 25.OO 



$111.00 



476.00 



1,343.00 



$1,930.00 



100 



Payments to treasurer: 
May 26 to Deoember 31, 19^0, 
19U1, 

Fees retained by town olerkt 
May 26 to Deoember 31, 1940, 

1941. 



$539 .4© 
1,230.20 



$47.6o 
112.80 



♦1,769.60 



160 .40 



$1,930.00 



Lioenses Issued January 1 to May 23, 19U2: 
Male 268 © $2.00, 

Female 37 @ 5.00, 

Spayed female, 63 @ 2.00, 

Kennel, 1 © 25.OO, 



3536.00 

I85.OO 

126.00 

25.00 



$872.00 



Payments to treasurer January 1 to 

May 23, 19142, 
Fees retained by town clerk January 1 

to May 23, 1942, _ 
Cash balance May 2^, 1942, 



♦601 .I4D 

73.80 
196. 80 



^872.00 





Tovm 


CLERK 






Sporting 


Licenses 


Cash balance May 26, 19ij0 


, per previous audit. 




Lioenses issued: 








May 26 to December 31, 


1940: 






Resident citizen: 








Fishing, 


1+8 © $2.00, 




$96.00 


Hunting, 


94 © 2.00, 




188.00 


Sporting, 


12 @ 3.25, 




39.00 


Minor and female 








fishing 


4@ 1.25, 




5.00 


Minor trapping, 


4 © 2.25, 




9.00 


Trapping, 


7 tt 5.25, 




36.75 


Non-resident special, 


l © 1.50, 




1.50 


Duplicate 


2 © .50, 




1.00 


1941: 








Resident citizen: 








Fishing, 


177 © $2.00, 




♦354.00 


Hunting, 


148 © 2.00, 




296.00 


Sporting, 


68 @ 3.25, 




221.00 


Minor and female 








fishing, 


I42 © 1.25, 




52.50 


Minor trapping, 


4 © 2.25, 




9.00 


Trapping, 


9 © 5.25, 




1*7.25 


Duplicate 


5 © .50, 




2.50 



$97.25 



376.25 



982.25 



$1,455.75 



Payments to Division of Fisheries and Game: 

May 26 to Deoember 31, 191+0, $418.75 

19l4l, 833.50 

Fees retained by town clerk: 

May 26 to December 31, 1940, $54.75 

1941, 112.00 



1,252.25 



166.75 



101 



Cash balance December 31, 1941* 



$56.75 



$1,U55.75 



Cash balance January 1, 


19*42 


» 




Licenses issued January 


1 to 


May 25, 191+2: 




Resident citizen: 








Fishing, 




182 © $2.00, 


$364.00 


Hunting, 




6 @ 2.00, 


12.00 


Sporting, 




75 @ 5.25, 


243.75 


Minor and female 








fishing, 




39 @ 1.25. 


48.75 


Minor trapping, 




1 @ 2.25, 


2.25 


Trapping, 




1 @ 5.25, 


5.25 


Non-resident speoial. 




3 @ 1.50, 


U.50 



$36.75 



Payments to Division of Fisheries 
and Game January 1 to May 23, 1942, 

Fees retained by town clerk January 1 to 
May 23, 19*42, 

Cash balanoe May 23, 191+2, 



680.50 



$53^.75 

76.75 
106.75 



$717.25 



1717.25 



TOWN CLERK 



Miscellaneous Receipts 

Cash balance May 26, 191+0, V er previous audit, 
Receipts: 

May 26 to December 31, 191+0: 

Auctioneer, $2.00 

Junk, 15.00 

Gasoline registration, 1.75 

191+1 : 

Auctioneer, $6.00 

Bowling, 7.5O 

Junk, 22.50 

Gasoline registration, 5.75 



Payments to treasurer: 

May 26 to Deoember 31, I9I4D, $28.00 

191+1 ; 29.00 

Cash balance December 31, 191+1, 



Cash balanoe January 1, 191+2, 

Licenses issued January 1 to May 23, 191+2: 

Auctioneer, $2.00 

Junk, 5,00 

Gasoline registration, 2.50 

Overpayment to be refunded, 



Payments to treasurer January 1 to May 23, 191+2, 
Cash balance May 23, 191+2, 



S9.25 



18.75 



1+1.75 



$57.00 
12.75 



$12.75 



9.50 
2.00 



$17.50 
6.75 



$69.75 



$69.75 



$24.25 



102 



tow hall 



Accounts Receivable 

Outstanding April 7, 1940, per previous audit. 

Commitment s : 

April 7 to December 31, 1940, $110.18 

1941. 125.00 



Payments to treasurer : 

April 7 to December 31, 1940, $131.00 

1941, 52.05 

Abatements 1941 # 

Outstanding Deoenber 31 » 194l# 



Outstanding January 1, 1942, 
Commitments January 1 to May 23, 1942, 



Payments to treasurer January 1 to May 23, 1942, 
Outstanding May 23, 1942, per list. 



POLICE DEPARTMENT 

Accounts Receivable 

Outstanding April 7, 1940, per previous audit, 
Commitment 1941 » 



Abatements 1941, 

Outstanding Deoember 31» 194l, 



Outstanding January 1, 1942, 

Audit adjustment May 23, 1942: 

Police aocounts receivable reported as 

estimated reoeipts, 
Outstanding May 23, 1942, per list 



FOREST FIRE DEPARTMENT 

Accounts Receivable 

Commitments April 7 to Deoember 31* 1940, 

Payments to treasurer April 7 to December 31» 1940, 

Commitments January 1 to May 23, 1942, 

Payments to treasurer January 1 to May 23, 1942, 
Outstanding May 23, 1942, per list, 

SEALER OF WEIGHTS AND MEASURES 
Cash balance May 23, 1940, per previous audit, 

103 



$26.94 



235.18 



$183.05 
6.12 

72.95 



$72.95 

41.64 



^93.77 
20.82 



$80.00 
5.00 



$75.00 
10.00 



^5.00 
5.00 



$9.20 
2.50 



$.31 



$262.12 



$ 262.12 

$114.59 
$114.59 



$85.00 



$85,00 



$10.00 



$10.00 



$19.25 

$19.25 
$11.70 

$11.70 



Fees collected: 

May 23 to December 31, 19*40, 
191*1, 



Payments to treasurer: 

May 23 to December 31, 191+0, 

191*1. 



Fees colleoted January 1 to July 21, 191*2, 

Payments to treasurer: 

January 1 to May 23, 19*42, 
May 2k to July 21, 191+2, 



$51.18 
108.1+3 



MOTH DEPARTMENT 



Accounts Receivable 



Outstanding April 7, 191+0, per previous audit, 
Payments to treasurer April 7 to December 31» 19l+°» 

TREE WARDEN 
Accounts Receivable 
Outstanding April 7, 1940, per previous audit, 
Abatements 191+1, 

HEALTH DEPARTMENT 
Aocounts Receivable 

Outstanding April 7, 191+0, per previous audit, 

Commitments: 

Anril 7 to December 31, 191+0, $812.86 

191*1, 602. 81+ 



Payments to treasurer: 

April 7 to December jjl, I9I4O, I361+.86 

191*1, 835.01 

Abatements 191*1 , 

Outstanding Deoember 31, 191+1, 



Outstanding January 1, 191+2, 
Audit adjustment May 23, 19l|2: 

Commitment not previously reported, 



Outstanding May 23, 19l*2, per list, 

HEALTH DEPARTMENT 
Lioenses and Permits 



159.61 



£898.83 



1,1*15.70 



$1,199.87 

23.93 

1,090.73 



$1,090.73 
22.15 



¥159. 92 



151.1+9 
108.1+3 


1159.92 




$53.37 


$25.00 
28.37 


153.37 



$2.00 

$2.00 



$12.00 
$12.00 



$2,3il*.53 



$2,3LU.53 

$1,112.88 
$1,112.88 



10U 



Licenses and permits issued! 
May 25 to December 31, 191+0: 
Aloohol, 
Bottling, 
Cabins, 
Garbage, 
Plumbing, 
Slaughtering 

191+1 : 

Alcohol, 

Bottling, 

Cabins, 

Garbage, 

Ioe cream. 

Plumbing, 

Slaughtering, 

Undertaker's, 



*3.oo 

20,00 

1.50 

1.00 

392.50 

1.00 



#5.00 

20.00 

1.50 

1.00 

5.00 

6I+5.00 

2.00 

2.00 



$1+19. 00 



681. 50 



$1,100.50 



Payments to treasurer: 

May 25 to December 31, 191+0, 
191+1, 



$1+18.00 
682.50 



$1,100.50 



Licenses and permits issued January 1 to July 16, 191+2: 
Alcohol, 
Cabins, 
Plumbing, 
Slaughter, 
Undertaker's, 



Payments to treasurer: 

January 1 to May 23, 19^+2, 
May 21+ to July 16, 191+2, 

Cash on hand July 16, 191+2, verified, 



Sll+6.50 
U.50 



£3.00 

1.50 

li+5.00 

2.00 

2.00 



$151.00 
2.50 



$153.50 



5153.50 



HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT 



Accounts Receivable 

Outstanding April 7» 191+0, per previous audit, 

Commitments : 

April 7 to December 31, 191+0, $235.82 

191+1, 623.70 



§1+60.38 



859.52 



$1,319.90 



Payments to treasurer: 

April 7 to December 31, 191+0, 
191+1. 

Abatements 191+1 » 

Outstanding December 31» 19l+l» 

Outstanding January 1, 191+2, 
Audit adjustment May 2}, 191+2: 
Abatement in error, 



$17l+.72 
1+71+.80 



$61+9.52 
1+51+.38 
216.00 



$216.00 
2.50 



$1,319.90 



$218.50 



105 



payments to treasurer January 1 to May 23, 19l£» 

Outstanding May 23, 191+2, per list, 



3192.80 
25.70 



$218.50 



W. P. A. ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE 
Commitments 191+1, 
Payments to treasurer 191+1, 

Commitments January 1 to May 23, 191+2, 

Payments to treasurer January 1 to May 23, 191+2, 



$65.00 
$65.00 
$22,00 
$22.00 



PUBLIC WELFARE DEPARTMENT 



Temporary Aid - Accounts Receivable 



Outstanding April 7» 191+0, per previous audit, 
Commitments : 

April 7 to December 31, }9i+0, 

19U1, 

Aid to dependent children accounts 

receivable reported as temporary aid 

accounts receivable 191+1, 
Old age assistance accounts receivable 

reported as temporary aid accounts 

receivable 191+1, 



Payments to treasurer: 

April 7 to December 31, 191+0, 
191+1, 

Abatements : 

April 7 to December 31, 191+0, 
191+1, 

Cornmitment-infirmary accounts receivable 
reported as temporary aid April 7 to 
December 31, 19i+0, 

Outstanding December 31, lyl+2, 



Outstanding January 1, 191+2, 

Commitments January 1 to May 23, 191+2, 

Audit adjustment May 23, 191+2: 

Infirmary aocounts receivable reported 
as temporary aid accounts receivable. 

Overpayment to be refunded, 



Payments to treasurer January 1 to May 23, 191+2, 
Abatements January 1 to May 23, 191+2, 
Audit adjustment May 23, 19i(2: 

Temporary aid accounts receivable reported 

as estimated reoeipts, 
Outstanding May 23, i9i+2, per list, 



$2,62+1.1+3 



$10,958.07 
6,931.50 


17.889.57 
63.96 






289.59 


$20,88U,55 


$8,298.23 
11,187.71 


19,1+85.91+ 




51+3.1+6 
12,00 


555.1+6 






108.00 

735.15 


$20,881+. 55 




$735.15 

118.00 






108.00 
31.25 


$992.1+0 


191+2, 


$a+i+.88 
116.67 




d 


127.00 
103.85 


$992.1+0 



106 



PUBLIC VfKLFARE DEPARTMENT 



Aid to Dependent Children - Accounts Receivable 



Outstanding April 7, 194^, per previous audit, 

Commitments : 

April 7 to December 31, 191+0, 33,190.90 

1941. 1,345.76 



$458.58 



4. 536.66 



$4,995,214 



Payments to treasurer: 

April 7 to Deoember 31, 1940, $3,472.15 

1941, 1,345-76 

Aid to dependent children accounts 

receivable reported as temporary 

aid aooounts receivable 1941, 
Outstanding December 31, 1941 , 



Outstanding January 1, 19l*2, 
Commitment January 1 to May 23, 1942. 



Payments to treasurer January 1 to May 23, 1942, 
Abatements January 1 to May 23, 1942, 



$4,817.91 



63.96 
113.37 



$113.37 
194.96 



$194.96 
113.37 



$4,995.24 



$308.33 



$308.33 



BUREAU OF OLD AGE ASSISTANCE 



Aooounts Receivable 

Outstanding April 7, 1940, per previous audit, 

Commitments : 

April 7 to December 31, 1940, $23,350.68 

1941, 26,690.06 



$655.02 



50,01+0.74 



$50,695.76 



Payments to treasurer: 

April 7 to Deoember 31, 1943, 
1941, 

Abatements : 

April 7 to December 31, 1940, 

1941, 

Old age assistance accounts receivable 
reported as temporary aid accounts 
reoeivable 1941, 

Outstanding December 31, 1941, 



Outstanding January 1, 1942, 

Commitment January 1 to May 23, 1942, 

Audit adjustment May 23, 191+2: 
Abatements in error, 

Payments to treasurer January 1 to May 23, 194^ , 
Abatements January 1 to May- 23, 191+2, 
Outstanding May 23, 1942, oer list. 



$21,1+49.74 
27,699.87 


$49,149.61 




$187.45 
482.13 


669.58 






289.59 
586.98 


$50,695.76 




$586.98 
33.33 




1942. 


81.57 

$266.65 
136.07 
299.16 


$701.88 



$701.83 



107 



PUBLIC WELFARE DEPARTMENT 



Infirmary - Acoounts Receivable 



Outstanding April 7, 191+0, previous audit, 
Commitments April 7 to December 51, 191+0, 
Commi'tanent-infirmary aocounts receivable 

reported as temporary aid April 7 to 

Deoember 31, 191+0, 



Payments to treasurer: 

April 7 to December 31, I9I4O, 
191+1. 

Outstanding Deoember Jl, 191+1. 

Outstanding January 1, 191+2, 

Audit adjustment May 23, 191+2: 

Infirmary acoounts receivable reported as 
temporary aid aocounts receivable, 



#75.00 
9.oo 



Infirmary - Cash Reoeipts 



Receipts : 

May 18 to December 31, 191+0, 
19U1, 



Payments to treasurer: 

May 18 to December 31, 191+0, 
191+1. 



Reoeipts January 1 to July 21, I9I42, 

Payments to treasurer: 

January 1 to May 23, 191+2, 
May 21+ to July 21, 19i+2, 



SOLDIERS 'RELIEF DEPARTMENT 



Acoounts Receivable 



Outstanding April 7, I9I4O, per previous audit. 

Payments to treasurer April 7 to December 31, I9I4D, 
Outstanding December 31, 191+1, 



Outstanding January 1, 191+2, 

Abatements January 1 to May 23, 191+2, 

SCHOOL DEPARTMENT 

Accounts Receivable 

Outstanding April 7, 191+0, per previous audit. 
Commitments: 

April 7 to Deoember 31, 191+0, $661.70 



$9.00 
75*00 



108.00 



^ai+.oo 

108.00 



$1,189.1+U 

1.91+1.19 



$1,189.1+1+ 
l,9i+1.19 



$636.1+5 
375.47 



$29.75 
34.39 



$25.00 



$192.00 



$192.00 
$108.00 



$3,130.63 

$3,130*63 
$1,011.92 

$1,011.92 

$61+.li+ 

S61+.11+ 
$34.39 
$34.39 



108 



1914 » 663 .14© 



Payments to treasurer t 

April 7 to December 31, 191+0, 
19U, 

Abatements 19Ul , 

Outstanding Deoember 31 » 191+1 » 



Outstanding January 1, iyl+2, 

Payments to treasurer January 1 to May 23, 191+2, 



1,325.10 



$1,350.10 



$661.70 
356.140 


$1,018.10 

25.00 

307.00 


$1,350.10 
$307.00 


'# 




$307.00 





Cash 


Reoeipts 




Receipts! 

May 26 to Deoember 31, I9I4O, 
191+1. 






$11+5.03 
82.1*1 


Payments to treasurer: 

May 26 to December 31, I9I4O, 
19l4l. 






$11+5.03 

82.1a 



Reoeipts January 1 to June 19, 19l£, 
Payments to treasurer: 



January 1 to May 23, I9I4.2, 
May 2k to June 19, 191+2, 


$m.oo 
17.10 


CEMETERY DEPARTMENT 




Cash Receipts 




Receipts-sales of lots: 

April 7 to December 31, 191+0, 
19141, 


$1+00.00 
■ 520.00 


Payments to treasurer : 

April 7 to Deoember 31, 191+0, 
191+1, 


$350.00 
570.00 



$227.1ll+ 



$227.1+1+ 



¥31.10 



$31.10 



$920.00 



$920.00 



Receipts January 1 to July 21, 191+2 
Sales of lots. 

Payments to treasurer: 

January 1 to May 23, 191+2, 
May 21+ to July 21, 191+2, 



$70.00 
90.00 



$160.00 



$160.00 



109 



CEMETERY PERPETUAL CARE FUNDS 



In Custody of Town Treasurer 



On tend April 7, 1940, 
On hand at aid of year 1940, 
On hand at end of year 1941 » 
On hand May 23, 1942, 



Cash in Savings Securities 
General Deposits Par Value Total 
Treasury 



$100.00 $28,027.66 31,000.00 £29,127.66 
$28,557.25 $1,000.00 $29,557.25 
$28,539.40 $1, 800.00 $30,339.^0 

$600.00 $28,539.40 $1,800.00 i30.939.i4O 



Receipts 



Payments 



Bequests, 

Income, 

Cash in general 

treasury April 7, 1940, 



April 7 to Deoember 31, 1940 

$750.00 Added to savings deposits, $529.59 
336.26 Transferred to town, 656.67 

100.00 
$1,186.26 $1, 186.26 



1941 



Withdrawn from savings Purohase of securities, 

deposits, I17.85 
Bequests, 800.00 Transferred to town, 
Income, 588.32 


$800.00 
1606.17 


$1,1+06.17 


$1,466.17 


January 1 to May 23, 1942 




Bequests, $600.00 Cash in general 

treasury May 23, 1942, 


$600.00 


$600.00 


$600.00 


ADAMS EMERSON CEMETERY IMPROVEMENT FUND 




In Custody of Town Treasurer 




Savings 
Deposits 


Total 


On hand April 7, 1940, $172.99 
On hand at end of year 1940, $174.71 
On hand at end of year 1941, $178.21 
On hand May 23, 1942, $178.21 


$172.99 
$174.71 
$178.21 
$178.21 


Receipts Payments 


April 7 to December 31, 1940 




Income, $1.72 Added to savings deposits, 


$1.72 


1941 




Inoome, $3*50 Added to savings deposits, 


53.50 



110 



AMOS F. ADAMS LIBRARY FUND 



In Custody of Library Trustees 



Savings 
Deposits 



Total 



On hand April 7, 1940, 
On hand at end of year 1940, 
On hand at end of year 1941, 
On hand May 23, 19*42, 



no, 529.36 
no, 585 .97 

$10,628.16 
$10,628.16 



$10,529.36 
^10, 585 .97 
$10, 628. 16 
$10,628.16 



Receipts 



Payments 



April 7 to Deoanber jl, I9I4O 

Income, $211. 6l Added to savings deposits, $56.61 

Transferred to library 

treasurer, I55.OO 

£211. 61 $211.61 

19j4l 

Income, $252.19 Added to savings deposits, $ij2.19 

Transferred to library 

treasurer, 210.00 

$2#.l9 $555719" 



ADAMS EMERSON LIBRARY FUND 



In Custody of Library Trustees 





Savings 
Deposits 




Total 


On hand April 7, 1940, 
On hand at end of year 1940, 
On hand at end of year 1941, 
On hand May 23, 19i|2, 


$190.82 
$194.64 
$200.52 
$200.52 




$190.82 
$194.64 
$200.52 
$200.52 


Receipts 




Payments 





Income, 



Income , 



April 7 to December 31, 1940 

$3.82 Added to savings deposits, $3.82 

1941 
$5*88 Added to savings deposits, $5.88 



GEORGE LIBRARY FUND 



In Custody of Library Trustees 



Savings 
Deposits 



Total 



On hand April 7, 1940, 

On hand at end of year 1940, 



$2,210.62 
|f2,255.0U 



$2,210.62 
$2,255.04 



111 



On hand at end of year 1941 * 
On hand May 23, 1942, 



$2,282.96 
12,282.96 



$2,282.96 
$2,282.96 



Reoeipts 



Payments 



Income , 



Income , 



April 7 to Deoember 31, 1940 

$44^2 Added to savings deposits, 

1941 

$67.92 Added to savings deposits. 
Transferred to library 
treasurer, 



$144,142 



$27.92 
40.00 



SELINA G. RICHARDSON LIBRARY FUND 



In Custody of Library Trustees 





Savings 
Deposits 




Total 


On hand April 7, 1940, 
On hand at end of year 1940, 
On hand at end of year 1941 * 
On hand May 23, I9I42, 


$511.34 
$521.61 
$537.40 
$537.40 




$511.34 
$521.61 
$537.40 
$537.40 


Receipts 




Payments 





Income , 



April 7 to December 31, 19^0 

$10.27 Added to savings deposits, 



$10.27 



Income, 



1941 
$15.79 Added to savings deposits, $15.79 



JOSEPH WARREN LIBRARY FUND 
In Custody of Library Trustees 



Savings 
Deposits 



Total 



On hand April 7, 1943, 
On hand at end of year I9/4O, 
On hand at end of year I9I4I * 
On hand May 23, 191+2, 



$914.28 
$932.65 



$960.89 



$914.28 
$932.65 
$960.69 
$960.89 



April 7 to December 31, 1940 

Income, $18.37 Added to savings deposits, $18.37 

1941 
Income, #28.2U Added to savings deposits, $28.2J4. 



112 



AARON GEORGE CEMETERY FUND 



In Custody of Library Trustees 





Savings 
Deposits 




Total 


On hand April 7, 191+0, 
On hand at end of year 191*0, 
On hand at end of year 191+1* 
On hand May 23, 191*2 , 


$1,016.68 
#1,037.10 
♦1.037.95 
♦1.037.95 




$1,016.68 
$1,037.10 
♦1.037.95 
♦1.037.95 


Receipts 




Payments 





Income, 



Income , 



April 7 to December 31, 191+0 

$20.1+2 Added to savings deposits, 

19J+1 

♦30.95 Added to savings deposits, 
Transferred to library 

treasurer , 

♦30.95 



$20j+2 



♦ .85 

30.10 
♦30^97 



INSURANCE INVESTMENT FUND 



In Custody of Insuranoe Fund Commissioners 





Savings 
Deposits 




Total 


On hand April 7. 191*0, 
On hand at end of year 19l*0, 
On hand at end of year 191*1 » 
On hand May 23, I9I42, 


$142,291.18 
$1+3,11+1.17 
$1+3,898.18 
$1+3,898.18 




$1+2,291.18 

$1+3,11+1.17 
$1+3.898.18 
$1+3,898.18 


Receipts 




Payments 





Inoome , 



Income, 



April 7 to December 31, 191+0 

$81+9.99 Added to savings deposits, $81+9.99 

191+1 
♦757.01 Added to savings deposits, $757.01 



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vO 




ANNUAL REPORT 
of the 
SCHOOL COMMITTEE and the SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS 
of Chelmsford, Mass, 

For the year ending December 31, 1942. 



SCHOOL COMMITTEE 

(Mrs.) Marjorle M. Kiberd, Ch a irman Term expires 1943 
North Chelmsford 

John A. MCAdams, VVestlands Term expires 1944 

Harold E. Clayton, Chelmsford Term expires 1945 

SUPERINTENDENT 

George S. Wright, A.B. Office in McFarlin School 
Chelmsford 

SCHOOL PHYSICIANS 

Arthur G. Scoboria, M.D. Chelmsford 

J. E. Boucher, M.D. North Chelmsford. 

SCHOOL NURSE 

Christina Simpson, R.N. Office in McFarlin School. 

ATTENDANCE OFFICERS 

WInslow P. George, Westlands 

Ralph G. Hulslander, North Chelmsford, 

NO SCHOOL SIGNAL 

In the case of extremely bad storms or of Icy roads a 
signal for no school all day for all schools is given at 
7:15 A.M. on the fire alarms, three blasts repeated three 
times. Station WLLH also broadcasts the notice, 

TRANSPORTATION 

George W. Marine!, North Chelmsford 



117 



LIST OF TEACHERS, SCHOOL YEAR BEGINNING SEPTEMBER, 1942 



NAME 
Lucian H. Burns 

C. Edith McCarthy 

F. Christine Booth 
Daisy B. MacBrayne 
Procter P. Wilson 
Geor^ge R. Knightly* 
Ernestine E. Maynard 
E a rl J. Watt 



High School 

WHERE EDUCATED 



Columbia, M.A. 
Salem, B.S.E. 

Colby, B.A. 
Boston Univ., A.M. 
M.I.T., B.S. 
Aurora, A.B. 
Salem, B.S.E. 
Harvard, A.M. 



POSITION APPOINTED 



(Mrs.) Rita R. Corcoran Emmanuel, A.B. 
(Mrs.) Helen R. Poland Boston Univ., A.B. 



George W. Boyce * 
Donald H. Fogg * 
Ger~ald A. Ivers * 
Blanche E. Robinson 
Mary E. Pollard 

Eleanor M. Donahoe 



Tufts, B.A. 



Lowell Textile 

Inst., B. Chem. 
Boston Univ., B.S. 

Lowell, B.S.E. 
Boston Univ., M.C.S. 

Smith, A. B. 



(Mrs.) Charlotte S. Car~riel 

Mt. Holyoke, B.A. 



Principal 


1930 


Vice-Prin. 
Commercial 


1923 


Latin 


1927 


English 


1929 


Science 


1930 


Social Sci. 


1930 


Commercial 


1934 


French 


1934 


English 


1936 


Science 


1927 


History 


1939 


, English 


1940 


Math., Sci. 


1936 


History 


1941 


Commercial 

1 


1941 


Mathematics 


1940 


English 


1942 



Wellesley, A.B. 
Radcliffe, M.A. 



Marjorie B. Scoboria 

Mildred K. Hehir 
Barbara E. Grant 



Louis 0. Forrest 

(Mrs.)Eva L. Dobson 

M. Beryl Rafus^e 

Helena B. Lyon 

Esther M. Thayer 

* On leave of absence for military service 



Math., Sci. 1942 



Regis, A.B. 


Hist. : 


French 


1942 


Colby, A.B. 


Social 


Sci. 


1942 


McFARLIN SCHOOL 








Fitchburg, B.S.E. 


Prin., 


VIII 


1926 


Plymouth Normal 


VII 




1919 


Truro Normal 


VI 




1920 


No. Adams Normal 


V 




1911 


Boston Univ., B.S.E. 


V-VI 




1936 



118 



Emily Hehlr 
Mayme G. Trefry 
Mabelle B. Blrtwell 
Hope Fielding 
Edna Hoyt 
Doris E. Hevey 

Harry Y. Hllyard 

(Mrs,) Jessie F. Brown Boston Univ. 
Mildred G. Perry Fitchburg, B.S.E. 
Mary E. McGauvran Lowell, B.S.E. 

HIGHLAND AVE. SCHOOL 
Mary H. Ryan Lowell Normal 



Low^e^ll Noi°mal 


IV 




1928 


Truro Normal 


III 




1921 


Lowell, B.S.E. 


II 




1940 


Lowell, B.S.E. 


II- 1 




1941 


Lowell, B.S.E. 


I 




1937 


Lowell, B.S/E. 


Special 


CI. 


1941 


EAST CHELMSFORD SCHOOL 








Fitchburg, B.S.E. 


Prln., 


VII- 


1930 



Nora E. Miskell 

Lottie M. Agnew 

(Mrs.) Veronica M. 

Berry 
M. Weldon Haire, 

Genevieve E. Jantzen 
(Mrs.) Elsa Reid, 
Roberta M. Small 
Gladys T. Harrington 
Sally T. C onion 
Margaret D. Sous a 
Helen C. Osgood 
Ann E. Hehlr 

Ann M. Hickey 



Lowell, B.S.E. 
Lowell Normal 

Lowell, E.S.E. 

On leave of absence 
Princeton St. School 

Lowell Normal 

Low^ell Normal 

Lowell, B.S.E. 

Lowell Normal 

Lowell, B.S.E. 

Lowell, B.S.E. 

Lowell Normal 

Lowell, B.S.E. 

QUESSY SCHOOL 

Lowell Normal 



(Mrs.) Lilla M. Dexter Lowell Normal 



M. Pauline Sullivan 
Alice P. McEnaney 



Lowell, B.S.E. 
Lowell Normal 



V-VI 


1930 


III-IV 


1931 


I-II 


1940 


Prln., VII- 
VIII 


1930 


V-VI 


1937 


III-IV 


1923 


I-II 


1936 


for military ser- 
vice. 


Prin., VIII 


1911 


VII 


1922 


VI 


1935 


V 


1931 


±StSx IV 


1937 


III 


1941 


II 


1921 


I 


1935 


Prin/, VII- 
VIII 


1942 


V-VI 


1942 


III-IV 


1941 


I-II 


1936 



119 



SOUTH CHELMSFORD SCHOOL 



Bar tha R. Barrett 
Ruth M. Rothwell 

V. John Rlkkola 

Rita M. Foley 

B. Muriel Bridges 

Lena L. Genettl 

(Mrs.) 

Charlotte K. Duffy 



Lowell Normal 

Lowell, B.S.E. 
WESTLANDS SCHOOL 

Boston Univ. Ed.M. 

Lowell, B.S.E. 

Lowell, B.S.E. 

Boston Unlv<>, A.B. 

Lowell Normal 
Josephine F. Br ennan Lowell, B.S.E. 
(Mrs.) Marlon E. Adams Lowell Normal 
Florence 1.1. Kelley Lowell, B.S.E. 

MUSIC SUPERVISOR 
M. Marlon Adams Lowell Normal 



rv-vi 


1942 


i- in 


1939 


Prln., VIII 


1930 


VII 


1940 


VI 


1937 


V 


1942 


IV 


1932 


III 


1941 


II 


1928 


I 


1942 



1938 



JANITORS 



High School 

Leslie J. Reld, 
William T. Davis, 

McFarlln School 
Otis Brown, 

East Chelmsford School 
Joseph F. Morris, 

Highland Ave. School 
Edward Brick 

Princeton St. School 
Patrick Cassldy 

Q^essy School 
Elmer Trull 

South Chelmsford School 
George Burton 

Westlands School 
E. Berg 



Chelmsford 
Westlands 



South Chelmsford 



East Chelmsford 



North Chelmsford 



North Chelmsford 



West Chelmsford 



South Chelmsford 



Westlands 



120 



REPORT OF SCHOOL COMMITTEE 

To the Citizens of the Town of Chelmsford: 

We herewith submit the report of your School Committee for 
the year ending December 31, 1942. 

The closing of this year finds conditions within the School 
Department somewhat more settled. The adjustment to new teachers, 
new schedules, and general unaccustomed war-time measures, finds 
our enrollment in the High School only slightly affected from that 
of last year, and pupils in both High School and Elementary Schools 
readily adapting themselves to these changes. 

The necessarily deferred course in physical education is now 
in full swing and intra-mural sports are being enthusiastically 
received. Mr. Schulte, the instructor, is well equipped both by 
training and experience to direct all branches of sports and has 
plans for a complete program from the seventh grades through to, 
and including senior high school students. 

This Board is sincerely grateful to those citizens of Chelms- 
ford who assisted in the athletic program last fall when it was 
impossible to find a coach to replace Mr. Boyce. Chelmsford has 
always considered High School sports in the light of recreation 
and physical development, and a part of its educational program. 
The conduct of the three major teams in varsity football, base- 
ball and basketball has always justified that attitude by clean, 
friendly sportsmanship. We hope that spirit will continue. 

In compliance with the United States Government two new 
courses have been added to the High School curriculum, one in ap- 
proved Aeronautics and another in Mathematics for seniors who 
will soon be a part of our armed forces. Both courses are well 
attended by seniors and some junior boys. 

For the past three years a great deal of thought has been 
devoted to the establishing of a complete English Department in 
the High School. Because of war-time emergencies the Board has 
had to put its plans to one side, but some strides have already 
been taken and textbooks which will be part of the department's 
foundation are already being used by teachers in the seventh and 
eighth grades. A complete syllabus is being planned by your 
superintendent and English teachers which will meet the require- 
ments of any and all colleges and universities. The completion 
of such a department will take much thought and hours of work by 
those involved. 

At the present time every teacher in the High School is do- 
ing extra work in oraer to meet an intensfied war program and the 
school day has been lengthened about one half hour. 

There are several recommendations which this Board would like 
to make this year, but two seem to merit special consideration. 
One is the matter of janitors' salaries, which are still inade- 
quate to meet the present cost of living. In almost every in- 
stance more work has been thrown onto the shoulders of these men, 



121 



and may we say here that to replace any one of them with others 
of equal character, Intelligence and dependability would be im- 
possible at this time. We ask your sincere consideration in 
this matter of increased salaries for your school janitors. 

The second matter is of equal concern to this Board and we 
feel that we are making no over-statement when we predict that, 
unless this condition is remedied before long, the Town will find 
itself with a serious health as well as financial problem on its 
hands. We refer to the sewage disposal at the McFarlin school. 
Inadequate, and a makeshift from its installation, it has become 
a yearly problem and expense. Any questions concerning this 
matter and interest on the part of you citizens will be welcome 
by this Board. 

Other matters for consideration are the repairs and improve- 
ments on school buildings in all parts of the town. Several of 
the buildings need painting, and we feel that we would not be 
unwise to urge the same procedure that we did last year, the 
saving of money in initial cost for the work and a future saving 
in fuel and maintenance in years to come, by the use of brick 
veneer. We urge your consideration of this investment. 

In offering this report for your information, may we express 
our sincere thanks to our Superintendent of Schools, Mr. Wright, 
for his advice and support, and to the entire faculty of teachers 
for their helpful cooperation during the past year. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Marjorie M. Kiberd 

Harold E. Clayton 

John A. Mc Adams . 



122 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT. 

To the School Committee: 

My fifteenth annual report Is hereby submitted to 
you „nd to the citizens of Chelmsford. 

T^EACHERS. 

In the High School there were five vacancies. Emile 
G a uthier resigned in January in order to accept a position 
in Worcester Academy, and I^sabelle M. Doyle in August 
to accept a position in Lowell High. George R. Knightly, 
George W. Boyce, and Gerald A. Ivers were given leaves of 
absence in the summer when they entered service in the Navy. 

Walter L. Hannan, Jr., Principal at Quessy, resigned 
In January, a nd later entered the Army, and at Highland 
Ave. M. Weldon Haire, Principal, was given leave of absence 
when inducted into the Army at the close of the school year. 
In November Esther M. Thayer of the McP a rlin School was 
given leave of absence when she was Inducted in the WAVES. 
At the Westlands Eleanor Gray resigned at the close of 
school to be married. 

In filling these positions three college graduates 
who were teaching in elementary schools were transferred 
to the High School: Eleanor Donahoe, who finished the year 
at Quessy as Principal; Mrs. Charlotte S. Carriel, who 
substituted at Princeton St. from October to January; and 
Mildred M. Hehir, who substituted in the same school from 
January to June. Mrs. Carriel is a graduate of Mount 
Holyoke who had had ten years of experience in the Concord, 
N.H., High School. Miss Hehir is a graduate of Chelmsford 
High School and Regis College. Marjorie B. Scoboria, a 
graduate of Wellesley, with an M.A. from Radcliffe, who had 
seven years experience in Tewksbury and five in other towns, 
w~as elected to a High School position, and the last vacancy 
was filled by the election of Barbara E. Grant, a graduate 
of Chelmsford High School a nd Colby College. 

For the principalship at Quessy, Ann M. Hickey, a 
graduate of Lowell Normal, who had taught upper grades 
in Groveland for eleven years, was secured. Mrs. Lilla 
M, Dexter of Chelmsford, a graduate of Lowell Normal who 
had taught for several years, was given the 5th and 6th 
grade room at Quessy in January. 

At Highland Ave. Mary H. Ryan was given the princi- 
palship and the 7th a nd 8th grade room. Nora E. Miskell 
was transferred to the 5th and 6th grade room from South 
Chelmsford. Bertha R. Barrett was secured for the 
upper room a t South. She is a graduate of Lowell N^ormal 
who had taught thirteen years in Berlin, Conn. 

At Princeton St. School, Genevieve E. Jantzen, Princi- 
pal, was transferred to the 8th grade from the 3d, and the 
latter room given to Maggaret D. Sousa, teacher of reading 
to special groups last year. 



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In the Westlands there is now a teacher for each 
grade. Rita Foley, who had been taking summer school courses 
to prepare for upper grade work, was transferred from the 
1st grade to the 7th. Lena L. Genetti, a graduate of 
Boston University, and Florence M. Kelley, a graduate of 
Lowell Teachers College, were chosen for the 5th and the 
first grades. Both are graduates of Chelmsford High School. 



SALARIES. 

My report of last year discussed the requests of 
groups of teachers for salary increases, and stated what had 
already been done in that line. Attention was called to 
what the Teachers Federation termed " the growing movement in 
Massachusetts toward improved salaries", and the fact was 
stated that thirty-seven places had already taken favorable 
action. Our teachers asked for a flat increase to all of 
$200, to date from January 1, 1942. We prepared a budget 
including that amount, and after discussion in town meeting 
it was eTdopted. In view of the fact that the increase was 
retro-active to January 1st, and that it applied to all 
teachers including beginners, the usual step-rate increase 
in Septmebr was omitted. 

The prediction of the Federation that teachers' sala- 
ries would increase has been upheld by the action taken very 
generally by the towns and cities. There is no official 
report as yet, but the Federation has listed town after 
town as granting increases of either a per cent of the 
former pay or a flat increase. One of about $200 is a 
common one. There is frequently a provision that it shall 
be greater fro those teachers who had been receiving the 
smaller salaries. Since so many places have granted 
increases, I would expect that when the next report on 
salaries is made by the Department of Education Chelmsford 
will be found in about the same relative position as in the 
past, in the lower half of the comparable towns as regards 
salaries, as it is near the bottom in per pupil costs. 
In view of the sharp rise in cost of living, the increase of 
a year ago certainly cannot be considered excessive, 

REPAIRS AND IMPROVEMENTS. 

The 1941 report listed desirable repairs a nd improve- 
ments at several schools when conditions should warrant. 
None of these was undertaken. The same buildings now need 
painting and other work more than they did a year ago. 
Neither chimneys nor roofs needed attention last year, 
but a part of the roof covering at East Chelmsford must be 
replaced this season. Repairs to plumbing, heating systems, 
wiring, doors, windows and floors were made as necessary, 
and the janitors were furnished paint, varnish, floor 
seal, etc. for the usual inside work after the buildings were 
cleaned in the summer. 

One expense item demands consideration by the Town, 
Sewage disposal at the schools in the Center has always been 
a problem. The lack of a sewer system is more of a detri- 



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ment here than at the other schools , Surface water in the 
spring disappears very slowly from the playground In the 
rear of the buildings, and as late as May or June the 
ground wate~r level is only a foot or two below the surface. 
Until the addition was built at the High School we had 
trouble there nearly every spring. Now that building has 
a real septic tank, placed as high on the alope north of the 
building as was possible, and the effluent from the tank, 
which is clear but not odorless, is discharged once or twice 
a day into a drainage area of about 10,000 square feet, a 
little above the level of the field below. That system 
should not ne ed attention for many years . 

At the McF a rlin School the situation is worse than 
it ever was at the old High School. Toilets are in the base- 
ment and the soil pipe leaves the building about five feet 
below the floor level. It leads Into a system of small 
tanks, ten in number, which have never operated as a 
septic tank does. They are nothing but cesspools. An outlet 
pipe originally ran to dry wells, or leaching wells, 
located 75 or 100 yards w"*est of the building, in almost the 
lowest part of the field. These wells are filled with 
ground water every spring and the effluent has several times 
broken through the surface. New w^ells have been provided 
nearer the building. But the effluent is not clear water, 
as It should be if it came from a real septic tank; It is 
loaded with solid matter. As soon as this clogs the ground 
about a dry well, the well is worthless. The last wells 
were placed at the end of the row of small tanks, so as to 
use the highest ground available, a nd are the largest ones 
In use. Cleaning the small tanks and providing these new 
wells in 1939 cost $232, The cesspool tanks have been 
cleaned each year since, and until a more adequate system 
of sewage disposal Is provided this will be an annual charge 
of $50 to $75, plus the cost, sooner or later, of more 
dry wells. 

It may well be added that cleaning these cesspools 
Is a menace to community health. We have been fortunate thus 
far in not having sickness of pupils charged to opening 
these tanks, but this health hazard is another strong argu- 
ment for seeking a permanent solution of the problem as soon 
as industrial and labor conditions permit such an endeavor. 

ENROLLMENT. 

A table at the end of the report shows school mem- 
bership by buildings on October 1, 1942, and enrollment for 
the last ten years is shown. The elementary membership had 
been declining from the high point of 1265 in 1933 to 
1067 in 1941. Last October there w a s a slight increase, 
to 1087. The High School had its highest membership in 
1940, when 527 students were enrolled on October 1, The 
number dropped to 473 last year, a nd 434 this year. Such 
a falling off is not unusual in high schools, due to war 
conditions. Ours is probably about an average. 



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The smaller enrollment is reflected in the number of 
pupils transported, as show~n below: 

1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 



High School 


297 


329 


330 


369 


329 


280 


McF a rlin 


157 


168 


170 


150 


168 


173 


Princeton St. 


70 


80 


86 


84 


75 


76 


Quessy 


60 


52 


54 


51 


48 


58 


South 


35 


40 


31 


34 


43 


41 



Total 619 669 671 688 663 628 

FINANCIAL SUMMARY 

Consult the report of the Town Accountant for an 
itemized stateme"*nt of school expenditures. The appropria- 
tion for 1942 made at the last annual town meeting, less 
transfers of $250 made at the special meeting in October 
and increased by a grant of $30 bv the Finance Committee, 
was $130,330. Expenditures were $129, 837. 84. 

Appropriated. - Expended. 

Administration, $ 4,025.00 $ 3,758.72 

Instruction, 91,900.00 91,879.73 

Janitors, 11,500.00 11,331.82 

Operation a nd Maintenance, 10,130.00 10,129.60 

Auxiliary Agencies, 12,325.00 12,303.95 

Playgrounds, 450.00 434.02 

Total, $130,330.00 $129,837.84 

In 1942 the Town received cash or credits as follows: 

Reimbursement for teachers' salaries, $13,625.00 

Tuition of state wards, 1,618.08 

Tuition charged towns, 693.70 

Rent of High School hall, 45.50 

Telephone tolls, 3.10 

Breakage, 6.35 

Total receipts and credits, $15,991.73 

Total Expenditures for 1942, $129,837.84 

Total Receipts and Credits, 15,991.75 

Net cost of schools met by local taxes, $113, 346. 11 

Vocational school tuition paid In 1942, $2,033.10 
Reimbursement for year ending on 

August 31, 1941, 1,359.70 

Net cost of Vocational Education, $673.40 



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THE WESTLANDS SCHOOL. 

The addition to the Westlands School, consisting-of 
four new classrooms, new toilets, teachers' rooms, a new 
heating plant, and an assembly room, was completed and 
occupied in J a nu a ry. In several respects this is now the mas 
most modern and the most satisfactory of the elementary 
schools, and it may well serve as a standard to be met 
when other buildings are enlarged or replaced. The new 
part is of frame construction, like the old building, but 
the entire building is faced with brick. This will^eliminate 
the cost of painting every few years. The ceilings in the 
new part atfeof celotex, which provides insulation a nd will 
save fuel. Toilets are on the level of the classroom 
floors, accessible a nd easily supervised. An office with 
store room is furnished the principal, and a rest room for 
the teachers. All furniture is of the movable type. The 
assembly room in the basement has 200 folding chairs and 
a stage. The P a rent-Teacher Association has fitted out a 
small basement room as a kitchen with electric range, 
cupboards, sink, etc. Since the playground with its 
tennis and volley ball courts and baseball diamond Is used 
by the public, toilets for men and for women were provided. 
These, and also the Janitor's tool room, are entered from 
the playground. 

The total appropriation for the building was 
£&a*8L42x $51,200, a nd the cost wa3 $50,849.76. 

THE SCHOOLS IN WAR TIME. 

A report for this year would not be complete without 
mention of some of the effects of the War, for schools, like 
everything else^ cannot run as usual. Older students have 
left school, some to enter industry, others to join the 
armed services. The men teacher-coaches are gone. School 
activities are greatly curtailed. W a r Time in these winter 
months has forced pupils to leave home before sunrise. Some 
supplies, such as typewriters, are not obtainable. Books 
cost more. It has been impossible to maintain the dental 
service under the arrangement formerly in effect. A greater 
number of pupils have paying jobs out of school hours, and 
in the fall boys were excused from attendance In order to 
aid in harvesting crops. These trying times have inspired 
some students to more earnest effort; others have seemed 
content to drift while awaiting their country's call. 

To mention one good result, the War has placed a needed 
emphasis on health and physical education. We have 
started this at the top, and the students in the High School 
are 100$ enthusiastic and cooperative under the leadership 
of the new director, Edward J. Schulte. Citizens would 
find these classes In the assembly hall interesting to visit. 
Another gooi result is the Increased interest in science 
and mathematics, hard subjects. They are needed in every 
branch of the armed services, and Federal authorities have 
deplored the tendency of students in both high school and 
college to bypass them in favor of subjects which require 
less mental effort. 



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School routine has been broken by registration a nd 
rationing programs. A tribute id due teachers in Chelms- 
ford and everywhere for the good spirit they have shown and 

the excellent results they have attained in these wholly 
new tasks. True, they have been paid for the time spent, 
but the conscientioua teacher has always had in mind that 
these interruptions mean doing the same work with pupils in 
fewer hours. She measures her year's work as so much 
arithmetic taught, so many pages in L a tin, so many events in 
history, not as so many days behind the desk. If she is 
given fewer days for her task, she endeavors in every possi- 
ble way to do the same amount of work with her class. 
All honor to the American teacher for her share in the 
present crisis. 

The assistance given teachers in their woric in ration- 
ing, both by adufits and by older students, is acknowledged 
with thanks. The existing parent-teacher associations 
have continued their valuable work, a nd It is a matter 
of regret that the schools in some sections do not have this 
organized home support. In behalf of teachers and pupils 
appreciation is expressed to all who have been of service, 
and especially to you, the members of the School Committee. 

Respectfully submitted, 



George S. Wright, 
Superintendent of Schools. 



SCHOOL CENSUS. 
October 1, 1942. 

5 years or over 7 years or over 
and under 7. and under 16. 

Registration of minors: 

Boys, 2x1 103 iiSft 597 

Girls, 109 573 

Total, 212 1170 

Distribution of minors: 

In public schools, 193 1149 

In vocational schools, X % 5 

In private schools, 3 15 

In institutions, 1 

Not in school, 16 _____ 

Total, 212 1170 



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Mr. George S. Wright 
Superintendent of Schools 
Chelmsford, Massachusetts 

My dear Mr. Wright: 

I am pleased to submit, herewith, my thirteenth annual re- 
port as principal of Chelmsford High School. 

The total enrollment up to January 1, 1943 is as follows: 



Class 


Numb 


er of Boys 


Number of 


Girls 


Total 


Post Graduate 







1 




1 


Senior 




36 


51 




87 


Junior 




61 


56 




117 


Sophomore 




63 


44 




107 


Freshman 




56 


72 




126 


Total 




216 


224 




440 



The regular routine of our school has been disturbed by the 
war in many ways. Our three men teacher-coaches, Mr. Knightly, 
Mr. Boyce, and Mr. I vers enlisted in the Navy, and Mr. Fogg, an- 
other teacher who was a Reserve Officer, was called into the 
Army. The absence of these men is a real loss to both pupils and 
faculty. 

The uncertainty in the minds of our boys as to whether they 
should complete their high school work or enlist in the service 
of our Country has not helped. The fact that many parents are 
away from their homes either in the Armed Services or working in 
defense factories is a great loss to our boys and girls. The 
omission of inter-scholastic athletics is felt by the entire 
school and very keenly so by the few superior athletes who have 
been looking forward to their senior year when they could help 
to maintain the excellent record that Chelmsford High School has 
made in the past. 

There are many other hardships due to the war that could be 
mentioned. What is the duty of the school at the present time? 
Our first duty is to do our part to win this war. We do not like 
to think of training our boys and girls for war, but if they will 
have to go we should get them ready. We will win the war but the 
better our young people are trained the sooner the war will be 
over. Physical training is one of the first requirements we have 
been asked to meet. We have started on a full time Physical Edu- 
cational program for both boys and girls. We have two classes of 
pre-flight Aeronautics, one class of basic Mathematics for senior 
boys who have not studied mathematics since they were freshmen. 
Emphasis on war-needs is being made in other classes. The new 
Physical Education department under the direction of Mr. Schulte, 
assisted by Mrs. Poland and Mrs. Corcoran, is going ahead rap- 
idly. The pupils are getting excellent experience. We would 
welcome parents and other citizens who would like to visit these 
or any other classes in the school. 

Boys and girls should be made to feel that it is their pa- 
triotic duty to get as much education as they can. Pupils 



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should spend four full years in high school before thinking of 
going to college. Colleges cannot do the work of the high 
schools as well as the high schools can do it. The War Depart- 
ment does not want boys to train for officers without their four 
full years of high school work completed. 

The education of our youth is a twenty-four hour a day job. 
Everyone, parents, teachers, pupils, and other citizens should 
plan and work together so that our boys and girls even in war 
times can live the best lives possible. 

Following is the report of the Chelmsford High School Stu- 
dents' Fund as made by our Vice-Principal, Miss C. Edith McCarthy: 

1. General Fund 

Ealance, Jan. 1, 1942 $ 370.77 

Receipts, Jan. 1 — Dec. 31, 1942~^ 494.49 

Total Receipts 865.26 

Less: Payments, Jan. 1 — Dec. 31, 1942 682.32 

Balance, Dec. 31, 1942 ;$ 182.94 

2. Chemistry Club 

Balance, Jan. 1, 1942 37.06 

Receipts, Jan. 1 — Dec. 31, 1942 5.27 

Total Receipts 42.33 

Less: Payments, Jan. 1 — Dec. 31, 1942 10.95 

Balance, Dec. 31, 1942 31.38 

3. Slide Rule Club 

Balance, Jan. 1, 1942 3.51 

Receipts, Jan. 1 — Dec. 31, 1942 7.25 

Total Receipts 10.76 

Less: Payments, Jan. 1 — Dec. 31, 1942 7.00 

Ealance, Dec. 31, 1942 3.76 

4. Fence Fund - Gift of the Classes of 

1935 and 1938 
Receipts, June 1935 50.00 

Receipts, June 1938 75.00 



Balance, Dec. 31, 1942 125.00 

5. Magazine Fund - Gift of the Class of 
1934 

Balance, Jan. 1, 1942 25.95 

Less: Payments, Jan. 1 — Dec. 31, 1942 11.50 

Balance, Dec. 31, 1942 14.45 



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6. Dunigan and Gay Memorial Fund - Gift of 

the Class of 1937 

Balance, Jan. 1, 1942 $ 15.65 

Less: Payments, Jan. 1 — Dec. 31, 1942 3.00 

Balance, Dec. 31, 1942 $ 12.65 

7. Dramatic Club 

Balance, Jan. 1, 1942 61.78 

•::-Less: Payments, Jan. 1 — Dec. 31, 1942 33.25 

Balance, Dec. 31, 1942 2e.53 

8. Latin Club 

Balance, Jan. 1, and Dec. 31, 1942 2.40 

9. Athletic Association 

Balance, Jan. 1, 1942 129.87 

Receipts, Jan. 1— Dec. 31, 1942 1414.49 



Total Receipts 1544.36 

Less: Payments, Jan. 1 — Dec. 31, 1942 1262.43 

Balance, Dec. 31, 1942 281.93 

10. Class of 1940 

Gift toward Electric Scoreboard 75.00 

11. Class of 1941 

Gift toward Electric Scoreboard 75.00 

12. Class of 1942 

Balance, Jan. 1, 1942 130.10 

Receipts, Jan. 1 — Dec. 31, 1942 153.90 

Total Receipts 284.00 

Less: Payments, Jan. 1 — Dec. 31, 1942 209.00 

Ealance: Gift toward Electric 75.00 

Scoreboard 

13. Class of 1943 

Balance, Jan. 1, 1942 40.82 

Receipts, Jan. 1 — Dec. 31, 1942 21.20 



Total Receipts 62.02 

Less: Payments, Jan. 1 — Dec. 31, 1942 20.04 

Balance, Dec. 31, 1942 41.98 

14. Class of 1944 

Balance, Jan. 1, and Dec. 31, 1942 3.20 

15. Year Book of 1942 

Receipts, Jan. 1 — Dec. 31, 1942 586.39 
Less: Payments, Jan. 1 — Dec. 31, 1942 586.39 



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16. Music Fund 

Receipts, Jan. 1 — Dec. 31, 1942 $ 114.08 

Less: Deficit, Jan. 1, 1942 8.79 

Net Receipts 105.29 

Less: Payments, Jan. 1 — Dec. 31, 1942 89.19 

Balance, Dec. 31, 1942 $ 16.10 

17. Junior Red Cross 

Receipts, Jan.l — Dec. 31, 1942 12.40 

Less: Payments, Jan. 1 — Dec. 31, 1942 12.40 






18. Debating Society 

Receipts, Jan. 1 — Dec. 31, 1942 3.51 

Less: Deficit, Jan. 1, 1942 3.51 



Total CASH in All accounts $ 969.32 

Distribution of Cash in Funds, Dec. 31, 1942 

In Checking Account — Union National Bank of Lowell $759.26 
Less: Outstanding Checks 3.00 

Balance, Dec. 31, 1942 756.26 

On Interest--Lowell Institution for Savings 213.06 
Total CASH in Banks $969.32 

*- Money refunded for dues. 

•JHKC- 

I an pleased to acknowledge, with many thanks, the kind as- 
sistance and hearty cooperation that I have received from you, 
Mr. Wright, the School Committee, parents, the faculty and student 
body, In trying to make our school what It should be. 

Respectfully yours, 

Luc I an H. Burns 






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ENROLLMENT OCTOBER 1, 1942 







I 


II 


III 


IV 


V 


VI 


VII 


VIII 


TOTAL 


McF B rlin 




44 


44 


29 


28 


45 


42 


40 


41 


313 


East 




10 


12 


12 


12 


10 


16 


20 


17 


109 


Highland Ave. 


15 


6 


11 


12 


15 


15 


12 


12 


98 


Princeton 


St. 


37 


30 


23 


29 


18 


28 


20 


32 


217 


Queasy 




18 


10 


13 


9 


9 


13 


12 


19 


103 


South 




6 


11 


11 


7 


10 


8 






53 


Westlands 




22 


23 


20 


27 


27 


22 


28 


15 


184 


Tptal 




152 


136 


119 


124 


134 


144 


132 


136 


1077 



Special class in McF a rlin School 10 

High School IX X XI XII P.O. 

126 134 87 86 1 434 
Total, all schools 1521 

ENROLLMENT FOR LAST TEN YEARS. 





Elementary 


High 


Total 


1933 


1265 


382 


1647 


1934 


1242 


408 


1650 


1935 


1203 


436 


1639 


1936 


1193 


434 


1627 


1937 


1158 


445 


1603 


1938 


1158 


485 


1643 


1939 


1140 


512 


1652 


1940 


1097 


527 


1624 


1941 


1067 


473 


1540 


1942 


1087 


434 


1521 



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GRADUATES OF EIGHTH GRADE 



June 16, 1942 
MCFARLIN SCHOOL 



Bernice Louise Adams 
Lois Baxter 
Jean Wilson Bell 
Teresa Bishop 
Florence M. Blackie 
Arthur neldon Byam 
Margaret Mary Cahill 
Mae Alice Carey 
Shirley Teresa DeLong 
Forrest Lee Donovan 
Richard John Duffy 
Angelike Emanouil 
James Pitts Emerson 
Mary F. Fontes 
Donald Coleman Fox 
Arnold Alden Garrow 
Gloria Hope Grahn 
Richard Guy Hanchett 
Milton Dunsford Hill 
John Francis Jacobs 
Ethel Marie Jalbert 
Eva Karafelis 
Edward Albert Keefe 
Joan Kelly 
Sally Anne Kingston 



David A. P. Laferriere 
Harry B. Lamb 
Lorraine Annette LeBrun 
Allan Ashton Ludwig 
Nancy Mason 
Anna Mary McAndrews 
Eleanor Clare McGlinchey 
Lorraine Anita McGlinchey 
Jean Justine McIIugh 
Barbara Anne McMaster 
Robert Earl Moorehouse 
Marian Ellen Morrison 
Priscilla Louise Nickles 
Stanley William Oczkowski 
Forest Allen Rogers 
Edward McMillen Rooney 
Barbara Louise Smalley 
Rita Lorraine Straughan 
Mary Josephine Swanston 
Bradford Lockwood Vinecombe 
Helen Teresa Visniewski 
Gerald Warren 
Charles C. Webster 
Gladys Eleanor Zabierek 
George Washington Zaher 



June 19, 1942 
WESTLANDS SCHOOL 



Maureen Virginia Chagnon 
Beverley Eleanor Coburn 
Isabelle Marguerite Cote 
Paul Joseph Coughlin 
Donald Pearson Feyler 
Lincoln Geist 
Edna Estelle Giffln 
Almeda Doris Haines 
Alice Dorothea Haines 
Phyllis Dorothy Hartley 



Florence Gertrude Llbbee 
Gerard Alfred Marchand 
Donald Winslow McCaul 
Elizabeth Arlene Messier 
Elsie Minde 

Warren Bradford Norton 
Harriet Arlene Paquette 
Earl David Russell 
David Edward Scoble 



15U 



June 11, 1942 
PRINCETON STREET SCHOOL 



Robert Leroy Bartlett 
Joyce Isobel Bellwood 
Warren Thomas Buchanan 
Joseph Raymond Cantara 
Matilda Rita Capuano 
Joyce Elaine Carkln 
Thelma Pauline Caton 
Leo Raymond Courchaine 
Dorothy Dixon 
Rita Doris Fantozzi 
Leo Vital Fortin 
Leo Alfred Gorton 

Richard Demol 



Frank Raymond Hulslander 
Helen Alice Jamros 
Keith Carriel Kiberd 
James Joseph Knox 
Catherine Claire Locapo 
Douglas James Logan 
Anna Matilda Marcotte 
Linda Doreen Marinel 
Francis Morris Potter 
Blanche Gladys Proulx 
Harold Richard Sinnett 
Valmos Henry Stone 
Van Lunen 



June 12, 1942 
HIGHLAND AVENUE SCHOOL 



Jeanette Agnes Bishop 
Rita Mary Bishop 
Albert Joseph Greska 
Roland Henry Hebert 
Ruth Mary Hilton 
Grace Elizabeth Merrill 
Joseph Henry Monet te 



Francis Lloyd Murphy 
John Ernest Paquette 
Dorothy Ernestine Pudsey 
Rita Julia Reedy 
Robert Lawrence Sweet 
Gertrude Edith Yoachimciuk 
Grace Phyllis Ziemba 



Charlotte Gay Abrahamson 
Conrad Albert Abrahamson 
Roger Allan Anderson 
Martha Ann Bailey 
Steve Belida 



June 15, 1942 

QUESSY SCHOOL 

Russell James Flynn 
Gloria Mavis Gleason 
Mildred Emily Marshie 
Jeremiah Paul 0»Neil 
Merilyn Lois Scott 
Helen Yeschanin 



June 14, 1942 
EAST CHELMSFORD SCHOOL 



Francis Matthew Carrick 
Joesph William Comer 
Cecelia Ferreira 
Theresa Margaret McNulty 
John Joseph Meagher 
Carol Lucille Mulno 
Isabelle Mary Nobrega 
Thomas Leo Plein 



Dorothy Ann Riopelle 
Donald Francis Robertson 
Mary Carolynne Saunders 
-"-Elizabeth Sears 
Margaret Mary Sears 
Alfred Sousa 
Dora Antoinette Trudel 
Robert Edward Whitton 



Warren Donald Wylie 
•«-Deceased 



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GRADUATES OF THE HIGH SCHOOL 
June 10, 1942 



Lois Grace Abbott 
Edna Doris Adams 
Jennie Alukonis 
Dorothy Mae Babcock 
Robert Wade Barris, Jr. 
Rita Cecelia Barron 
Dolores Alice Beaubien 
Mary Helen Belida 
Arthur Stephen Bentas 
Harold McClellan Elackie 
Earl Arnold Boutilier 
Roy Leonard Brotz 
George Robert Byron, Jr. 
George Chase Carter 
Mary Diane Christopoulos 
Allan Daniel Clark 
Patricia Ann Coleman 
Eleanor Louise Coppen 
Grace Louise DeCarteret 
Francis Eugene Delmore, Jr. 
William Desmond 
Alice Ruth Ducharme 
Virginia Frances Eriksen 
Ethel Marjorie Fadden 
Clementina Ferreira 
Norma Sheila Fitzpatrick 
Rita Teresa Fontes 
Virginia Elaine Foster 
Edward August in Fox, Jr. 
Bernard. John French 
Irene Gabrielle Gervais 
Katherine Giras 
Pauline Helen Greeley 
Everett Artemas Griffin 
Matthew Wesley .Harper, Jr. 
Elmer Robert Hill, Jr. 
Gloria Mae Howland 
Ralph John Hulslander, Jr. 
Harlan Ployer Kelly 
Raymond John Kerins 
Marian Louise King 
Anthony Kisley 
Neland Stanley Klonel 
Claire Marie Laferriere 
Arthur Joseph Lambert 
Richard Wallace Lee 



Robert Everett Lee 
Charles Edward Leonard 
Lucien Joseph Loiselle 
Gena A. Makey 
Roland Edgar Marr 
Eleanor Martha Matley 
Herbert Leo McEnany 
Agnes Margaret McGeown 
William Francis McHugh 
Shirley Elizabeth McMaster 
Constance Dustin Messer 
Forrest Edgar Miller 
Raymond St. Clair Miller 
Alice Mae Mills 
Mary Patricia Monahan 
Mary ^llen Monette 
Genevieve Elizabeth Narus 
Shirley Isabell Nickerson 
Phyllis Agnes Paignon 
Joseph Thomas Panessiti 
Charles Edmond Pelletier 
George Pentedemos 
Gerald Edward Pepin 
Stella Theresa Pierro 
Rosemary Rafferty 
Marjorie Janice Riley 
Richard Gerald Robertson 
Wallace Sidney Russon 
Raymond Douglas Saunders 
Clarice Iilla Scott 
Gloria Sereduk 
Stanley Kendall Simpson 
Bruce Irving Smith 
Evelyn Ruth Smith 
Prescott David Smith 
Ruth Evelyn Spaulding 
Lincoln Judson Speed 
Lena Agnes Stanewicz 
Barbara Elizabeth Stone 
Robert Paul Louis Straughan 
David Millar Sutherland 
Theresa Rita Thurber 
Lloyd Murray VanLunen 
James Vrouhas 
Henry Carl Zabierek 
Thaddeus Anthony Zabierek 






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Westlanda School Addition. 

At the annual town meeting of 1941, the Moderator 
was authorized to appoint a committee of four persons to 
work in conjunction with the school committee to secure plans, 
specifications, and estimates of cost for an addition to 
the Westlands school. The sum of $1400 was appropriated to 
cover preliminary expenses. The Moderator appointed 
Clifford Hartley, C. Luther Cashin, Clarence G. Audoin, and 
Donald A. Dunsford. The committee organized by electing 
Mr. Hartley chairman and Mr. Dunsford secretary. 

The firm of Ashton a nd Huntress of Lawrence, the 
architects for the addition to the High School, was em- 
ployed. Their plans for a four-room addition on the rear of 
the old building, with rooms for offices and toilets, and 
a brick facing on both the old part and the new, were ap- 
proved. Without a dissenting vote the Town appropriated 
the additional sum of $49,800 for construction a nd 
equipment, making the total appropriation $51,200. 

The general contract was awarded to Louis Marion and 
Son, the lowest bidder. Under this contract the electric 
w ork was sublet to Derby Electric Co., the heating and 
the plumbing to Parrell and Conaton, and the painting 
to jip E. C. Pearson Co. The building was completed and 
occupied in January 1942. 

Appropriations, $51,200.00 

Expended. 

Architects, $2,878.63 

Contractor, 47,911.00 
Advertising, 25.63 

Miscellaneous, 54.45 50,849.76 

Balance unexpended, 350.24 

Clifford Hartley, Chairman. 



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WARRANT FOR ANNUAL TOWN MEETING 
March 1, 19U3 and March 8, 19U3 
COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS 



Middlesex, sa. 



To Ralph J, Hulslander, Constable, or any suitable person of the Town of 
' Chelmsford. 

GREETING: 

In the name of the Corauonweal-tii aforesaid, you are hereby requested to noti- 
fy and warn the legal -voters of said Chelmsford to meet in their several polling 
places, viz: 

Precinct 1. Town Hail, Chelmsford Centre. 

Precinct 2. Town Hall, North Chelmsford. 

Preoinot 3* Fire House, West Chelmsford. 

Precinct U» School House, East Chelmsford. 

Precinct 5» Liberty Hall, South Chelmsford. 

Precinct 6. Golden Cove School House, Westlands. 

On Monday, the First day of March, 19U3# being the first Monday in said month, 
at 12 o'clock noon, for the following purposes: 

To bring in their votes for the following officers: 

Moderator for one year. 

One Selectman for three years. 

One Member of the Board of Publio Welfare for three years; 

One Assessor for three years. 

One Member of the Board of Health for three years. 

One School Committee member for three years. 

One Cemetery Commissioner for three years. 

One Park Commissioner for three years. 

Two Trustees of Adams Library for three years. 

One Sinking Fund Commissioner for three years. 

One Member of the Planning Board for five years. 

One Constable for one year. 

All on one ballot. 

The polls will be open from 12 noon to 8 p.m. and to meet in the Town Hall 
at Chelmsford on the following Monday, the Eighth day of March, 19U3 at 70° 
o'clock in the evening, then and there to act upon the following articles, vir» 

ARTICLE 1. 

To hear reports of Town Officers and Committees; or act in relation thereto. 

ARTICLE 2. 

To raise and appropriate such sums of money as may be required to defray 
Town charges for the ourrent year; or act in relation thereto. 

ARTICLE 3. 

To see if the Town will authorize the Selectmen to act as its agent in any 
suit or suits which may arise during the ourrent year, with authority to settle 
and adjust claims or demands for or against the Town; and to employ counsel when- 
ever in their judgment it is necessary; or act in relation thereto. 



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ARTICLE k» 

To see if the Town will authorize the Treasurer, with the approval of the 
Selectmen, to borrow money in anticipation of the revenue of the current finan- 
cial year j or act in relation thereto. 

ARTICLE 5. 

To see if the Town will vote to transfer from the Overlay Reserve Account 
a sum not exceeding Two Thousand Dollars (42000) to be used as a Reserve Fund 
at the discretion of the Finance Committee, as provided in General Laws, Chapter 
i|0. Section 6; or act in relation thereto. 

ARTICLE 6. 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a sufficient sum with 
which to meet unpaid bills of previous years; or act in relation thereto. 

ARTICLE 7. 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Twenty- two 
Hundred Seventy-four and 8I4./ICO Dollars ($227i+«8U)# to pay the County of Middle- 
sex as required by law the Town's share of the net cost of the care, maintenance 
and repair of the Middlesex County Tuberculosis Hospital as assessed in accord- 
ance with the provisions of Chapter 111 of the General Laws; or act in relation 
thereto. 

ARTICLE 8. 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a certain sum of money 
for the purpose of defraying the Town's share of the expense of the Surplus Com- 
modities Division of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts; or act in relation there- 
to. 

ARTICLE 9. 

To see if the Town will vote to authorize the School Committee to sell to 
the United States Government the typewriters used in the School Department; or 
act in relation thereto. 

ARTICLE 10. 

To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Selectmen to lease from Cora 
M. Kidder the garage located near the intersection of the Littleton and North 
Roads and adjacent to the location of the New York, New Haven and Hartford Rail- 
road prooerty under such terms and conditions as their judgment deems best; or 
act in relation thereto. 

ARTICLE 11. 

To see if the Town will vote to accept a bequest of money bequeathed to the 
Town for the use of the Varney Playground by the late Emma Gay; or act in relation 
thereto. 

ARTICLE 12. 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Nine Hund- 
red Dollars (?900)» or some other sum, for the purpose of purchasing equipment 
for the Forest Fire Department; or act in relation thereto. 

ARTICLE 13. 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Seven and 
6I4/IOO Dollars ($7,614.) to defray the Town's share of the expense of the oost of 

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operation of the Newburyport Purification Plant} or act in relation thereto, 
ARTICLE Ik* 

To see if the Town wiii vote to transfer from the fund entitled "Sales of 
Cemetery Lots and Graves" the sum of Three Hundred Dollars ($300 )» °r some other 
sum, for the purpose of defraying the cost of the care and improvement and em- 
bellishment of some or all of the cemeteries in the Town; or act in relation 
thereto. 

ARTICLE 15. 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a oertain sum of money 
to defray the cost of Civilian Defense; or act in relation thereto. 

ARTICLE 16. 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a certain sum of 
money for the purpose of defraying the cost of Vocational education; or aot in 
relation thereto. 

ARTICLE 17. 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the bum of Nine Hund- 
red Dollars (.$900), or some other sum, for the purpose of foreclosing tax titles; 
or act in relation thereto. 

ARTICLE 18. 

To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Board of Assessors to use a 
sum of money in the amount such as the Commissioner of Corporations and Taxation 
of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts may approve as free cash, said sum of money 
to be applied in determining the tax rate for the year 19U3» °*" act in relation 
thereto • 

ARTICLE 19. 

To see if the Town will vote to transfer and appropriate from the account 
entitled "Sale of Real Estate", the sum of Six Thousand Six Hundred Fifty-seven 
and 5/100 Dollars ($6,657.05) to an account to be called "Payment of Net Bonded 
Debt," this money to be expended in accordance with Seotion 63, Chapter kk of the 
General Laws and any amendments thereto. 

ARTICLE 20. 

To see if the Town will vote to amend Section 3 of the Building Laws by 
striking out said Section 3 and substituting tiierefor the following: 

Permits. Before the erection, construction, demolition or alterations 
of any building or part of any building, structure or part of any struc- 
ture, coming under the soope of this code, the owner or lessee, or agent 
of either, shall, except for ordinary repairs, submit to the Inspector 
of Buildings, a detailed work on proper blanks to be provided by the 
Inspeotor, and such full and complete copies of the plans of such pro- 
posed work, and any structural detailed desoription of "the location, pur- 
pose and construction of the proposed structure or drawings as the Insp- 
ector may require. Such plans and detailed drawing shall be furnished 
in duplicate and if approved by t he Inspector one set shall be kept at 
the building during the progress of the work, open to the inspection of 
the Inspeotor, and the other shall be kept on file in the office of the 
Inspeotor. 

The erection, construction, demolition or alteration of suoh build- 
ings or structures, as herein provided, shall when prooeeded with, be 

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executed in accordance with such approved plans and detailed descriptions, 
unless amended clans are filed and permit issued therefor. Any permit which 
may be issued by the Inspeotor pursuant to the provisions of ttiis section, 
but under which work is not oommended within six months from the time of 
issuanoe, or is abandoned before the comnletion 3hail expire by limitation. 

ARTICLE 21. 

To see if the Town will vote to amend Seotion 9 of the Building Laws by 
striking out said Seotion 9 and substituting therefor the following: 

Foundations. All dwellings must have foundations at least forty-two inches 
below the finished grade. Foundation walls if of oonorete shall not be less than 
sixteen inches in thickness for first and second class buildings, and not les3 
than eight inohes in thickness for third class buildings, and fourth class build- 
ings. If of stone not less than sixteen inohes in thickness. Any other mater- 
ial must be approved by Building Inspector. 

Footings. All footings shall bear on undisturbed soil and be designed to 
distribute sufficiently the superimposed load to the particular type of soil 
upon which they bear. Where soil conditions prevent sharp-cut trenohes for foot- 
ings, side forms shall be used. All footings shall be of poured concrete. The 
minimum dimensions of footings shall be as follows: 

(a) Under foundation walls of all frame dwellings and 1-story masonry 
dwellings; Thickness 8 inohes; projection 1+ inches on each side 
of wall. 

(b) Under foundation walls of masonry dwellings more than 1-story in 
height; Thickness 12 inches; projection 6 inches on each side 
of wall. Footings may be same as in (a) if reinforced with not 
less than two 5/ 8-inch bars continuous in footing and spaoed not 
to exceed 8 inches o.c. 

(o) Under masonry piers: Thickness 12 inohes; projection each side 
6 inches; area I4. square feet. 

(d) Under posts and columns: Thickness 12 inches; size 2 by 2 feet. 

(e) Under ohimneys for 1-story dwellings: Thickness 8 inches; pro- 
jection on all sides U inohes. 

(f ) Under chimneys for dwellings more than 1 story; Thickness 12 in- 
ches; projection on all sides 6 inches. 

All footings shall be adequately reinforoed where they cross and bear on 
filled trenches or other similar disturbed soil conditions. 

Concrete. Poured oonorete mixture shall be as follows: 

(a) For plain concrete - not leaner than 1 part portland cement, 3 
parts sand, 5 parts gravel, crushed stone; or 1 part portland cem- 
ent, 6 parts clean bank gravel. 

(b) For reinforoed concrete - not leaner than 1 part portland cement, 
2 parts sand, I4. parts gravel, crushed stone. The design, mater- 
ials, metal reinforcement, limitations, and other requirements for 
reinforoed concrete work shall comply with the recommendations of 
the Building Regulations for Reinforced Conorete (A.C.I. 5OI-36-T) 
of the American Concrete Institute Building Code. 

(c) All materials shall be clean and free from loam and other foreign 
matter. 

ARTICLE 22. 

To see if the Town will vote to amend Section 10 of the Building Laws by 
striking out said Seotion 10 and substituting therefor the following: 

Chimney Flues. All masonry chimneys shall be lined throughout with fire- 
clay flue linings. Minimum flue sizes for heating plants 8^ x 
8g- inohes, for fireplace 8g- x 13 inches; or circular flues of 
equivalent effective area. Chimney must have foundation of con- 



crete at least 8 inches deep* 
ARTICLE 23. 

To see if the Town will vote to amend Section 11 of the Building Laws by 
striking out said Section 11 and substituting therefor the following: 

All wood floor and roof framings shall be kept at least one inch away from 
the chimney masonry. In no case shall wood framing members bear on the mas- 
onry of chimneys except on piers which are built integral with the chimney 
masonry. 

Sills to be not less than ipc 6 inches or as approved by Inspector. 
Girders or carrying timbers may be structural steel, solid wood, or built- 
up wood. Wood girders not to be less than 6x8 inches or as approved by 
fie Building Inspector, All ioints of girders shall be made over piers or 
column supports. The maximum clear span for 6x8 inch wood girder for one 
story dwelling shall be eight feet; and one and one-half and two story dwell- 
ings seven feet. 

Wood nosts when used as columns in basements shall bear on a cement base 
which shall extend not less than three inohes above the finish floor. The 
base shall bear directly on the post footing. 

Floor joists. Maximum spans for western fir and hemlock. 

2x6 16 inches 9'1" 

12 " 10«0" 

2x8 16 " 12*1" 

12 " 13 '0" 

2 x 10 16 " 15 »3" 

12 " 16* 8" 

2 x 12 16 ■ is^" 

12 " 20»1" 
Floor joists. Maximum spans for eastern soruoe and hemlock. 

2x6 16 inches 8«6" 

12 " 9 ! U" 

2x8 16 " ll»i4. n 

12 " 12'5" 

2 x 10 16 " lW 

12 " 15 • 8" 

2 x 12 16 " 17'3" 

12 " 18«10" 

Floor joists. Any other material to be approved by Building Inspector. 

Where floor joists frame into the side of wood girder,, the joists shall be 
supported on metal joist hangers or on a bearing or spiking strip on the side of 
girders. Si*e of strip shall be at least two inches by three inches. 

Floor joists shall be doubled under all partitions which run parallel to 
the floor joists. 

All stairs and fireplaoe hearth openings to be double headed. 

Floor and flat roof joists shall be cross bridged with 1x3 inch bridging 
at intervals not to exceed eight feet. 

Maximum spans for oeiling joists. Western fir and hemlock. 



2 x k 


16 


inches 


10 »0" 




12 


tt 


11 '0" 


2x6 


16 


11 


15 «4» 




12 


11 


16 « 7" 


2x8 


16 


it 


20 • 2" 




12 


11 


21 '8" 


Maximum 


spans for 


ceiling 


joists. 


2 x J+ 


16 


inches 


9 18" 




12 


ti 


10 '6" 



Eastern spruce and hemlock. 



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2x6 16 inohes LU»8" 

12 " 15 «10" 

2x8 16 " 19»3" 

12 " 20 '0 n 

Maximum spans for ceiling joists. Any other material to be approved by 
Building Inspector, 

Where the attic space above ceiling joist is unfinished, but is usable for 
storage space, or if the spaoe is suitable for finishing into future habitable 
room, the span for ceiling joists shali be the same as for floor joists. 

Rafters must be at least 2x6 inohes where length is over eight feet and 
where length is over fifteen feet, oollar beams must be used, Rafters on roof a 
with slopes less than five to twelve inohes shall be the same as floor joists. 
Rafters not to be spaced more than twenty inches on o enters. 

All openings in roof construction for dormer windows which are not supported 
on partitions shall be framed with double rafters and headers. 

Requirements for headers and trimmers for roof framing around chimneys shall 
be same as required for floors except that for a sloping roof where headers are 
less than four feet in length and the chimney is either at the ride or the eaves, 
the trimmers may be single. 

All outside and carrying partitions must be 2 x l± inoh studding set on six- 
teen inch centers. Plates, door and window openings must be doubled. All open- 
ings must be doubled. All openings over four feet must be trussed. 

Permit for Lathing. No wall or ceiling of any building shall be lathed or 
otherwise covered, until the Building Inspector has been notified in writing that 
the building is ready for suoh work, and until he has given consent therefor. 

The Inspector shall act on suoh notice within forty-eight hours of receipt 
of same. 

Outside Walls. All outside walls of building must be covered with material 
suitable to that of existing neighborhood or as approved by Building Inspector, 

AND YOU ARE DIRECTED to serve this Warrant by posting attested copies there- 
of at the Post Offices in the Centre of the Town, South Chelmsford, North Chelms- 
ford and West Chelmsford, and at the School House in East Chelmsford, and the 
Golden Cove School House, Westlands, seven days at least before the time appointed 
for holding the first meeting aforesaid. 

HEREOF FAIL NOT, and make return of the Warrant with your doings thereon to 
the Town Clerk at the time and place of holding this meeting aforesaid. 

Given under our hands this ^Oth day of January, in the year of our Lord, 
nineteen hundred and forty-three. 

James A. Grant 
Karl M. Per ham 
Stewart MacKay 
Selectmen of Chelmsford 

RETURN 

COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS 

Chelmsford, Jan. $0, I9U.5 
Middlesex, ss 

I have served this Warrant by posting attested copies at the Post Offices 
in the Centre of the Town, South Chelmsford, North Chelmsford, West Chelmsford, 
and the School House in East Cheomsford, and at the Golden Cove School House in 
Westlands, seven days at least before the time of holding the meeting, as within 
directed. 

Ralph J. Hulslander 
Constable of Chelmsford 



REPORT OF TOWN ACCOUNTANT 



Herewith is submitted the Annual Report of the Town Accountant in ac- 
cordance with the provisions of Chapter £Pl\, Section 7 of the Revised Laws* 

All transfers made and shown in this report were authorised by vote of 
the Finance Committee or by vote In Town Meeting* 

RECEIPTS 

General Revenue 
TAXES 

CURRENT YEAR j 

Poll $k,k5h.00 

Personal Estate 22,928.16 

Real Estate 190,907.73 $218,289.89 

PREVIOUS YEARS: 

Poll 372.00 

Personal Estate 2,39l+.93 

Real Estate 1*7,296.32 % 50,063.25 

MOTOR VEHICLE EXCISE TAX: 

Motor Excise Tax, 19*42 $18,054.27 

Motor Excise Tax, Previous Years......... I4.8l.70 

118,515.97 

TAX TITLE REDEMPTION: 

Tax Title Redemption $ 3,378.59 

FROM THE STATE: 

Income Tax. $3i4.,585.00 

Corporation Tax, Business 25,174.37 

Corporation Tax, Gas, Eleotric, & Water 2,1480.1(9 
Meal Tax 513.59 

Total from State # 62,753.45 

GRANTS AND GIFTS 

FROM COUNTY: 

Dog Licenses $ 1,023.50 

Chapter 90, Highway Maintenance 1,492.53 

Chapter 90, Highway Construction 1,826.89 % 4,31(2.92 

FROM STATE: 

Chapter 90, Highway Maintenance $ 1,791.95 

Chapter 90, Highway Construction 3,653.77 

Highway Fund Distribution 18,152.25 

Aid to Industrial Sohools 1,359.70 $24,957.67 



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REPORT OF TOWN ACCOUNTANT 



FROM THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT t 

Old Age Assistance, Administration $ 1,313*81 

Old Age Assistance, Relief 38,1+80.29 

Aid to Dependent Children, Relief 2,791.09 

Aid to Dependent Children, Administration 68.02 $ 142,653.21 

FINES AND FORFEITS 

Court Fines $ 165.31 

LICENSES AND PERMITS 

Oil Burner Permits $ 11+.5Q 

Blasting 1.00 

Plumbing Permits 192.30 

Automobile Dealers. ...... ••••••••• •• 1+5*00 

Sunday Licenses • 38*°° 

Common Victualers' Licenses.............. 16.00 

Bottling Licenses • 20.00 

Liquor Licenses for 191+2. 1,267.50 

Liquor Licenses for I9I+3 1+00.00 

Pedlars* Licenses • 26.00 

Milk Licenses •• 1+8.00 

Entertainment License.. • 25*50 

Sunday Cabin License..... • 1*50 

Slaughtering License....... •• 3*00 

Wood Alcohol License I+.00 

Funeral Director's License •• 2.00 

Amusement License.. •• 20.00 $ 2,12l+«50 

GENERAL GOVERNMENT 

SELECTMEN: 

Advertising $ 3.00 

TAX COLLECTOR: 

Deposit, Tax Title Assignment $ 100.00 

Tax Title Redemption Costs.. 21+.1+5 

Tax Collection Cost 157*15 $ 281.60 

TOWN CLERK: 

Auctioneers' Lioenses $ 6.00 

Junk Dealers' Lioenses. 27*50 

Certificate of Registration.............. 3*25 

Dog Licenses 2,06l.9Q $ 2,098.65 

REGISTRATION DEPARTMENT: 

Lists of Persons # 1.06 

ASSESSORS' DEPARTMENT: 

Telephone Tolls $ 1.35 

Supplies 2.60 $ 3.95 



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REPORT OF TOYrtJ ACCOUNTANT 



TOWN HALLS: 

Rent from Chelmsford Center Town Hall $ 236.82 

Rent from North Chelmsford Town Hail 51.00 

Sale of Junk . 15.00 $ 302.82 

PROTECTION OF PERSONS AND PROPERTY 

POLICE DEPARTMENT: 

Revolver Permits $ 24. 50 

Bicycle Permits li|2.00 $ I66.50 

FIRE DEPARTMENT: 

Oil Permits $ 349.00 

Telephone Tolls 4.45 $ 353.45 

FOREST FIRE DEPARTMENT: 

Labor at Fires $ 20.45 

Sale of Junk , I.94 $ 22.39 

SEALER OF WEIGHTS AND MEASURES : 

Sealing and Testing $ 96. 14 

ALL OTHER: 

Damage by Dogs $ 102.00 

FEALTH DEPARTMENT 

State T. B. Subsidy $ 602.81+ 

Reimbursement by Individuals 31*00 $ 633*94 

HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT 

Repairs for Individuals $ 177.50 

Gasoline Refund. 4*55 

Sale of Junk 17*30 

Rental of Equipment... 565*5° 

Snow Removal 42.00 | 8O6.85 

WELFARE DEPARTMENT 

INFIRMARY: 

Sale of Personal Property $ 2,499*50 

Sale of Produce '. 1,477*7 6 $ 3,977*26 

OLD AGE ASSISTANCE: 

Telephone Tolls $ 6.24 

REIMBURSEMENT FOR OUTSIDE RELIEF: 

* Cities and Towns ......$ 620.88 

State Temporary Aid 2,734.74 % 3,355*62 



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REPORT OF TOWN ACCOUNTANT 



REIMBURSEMENT FOR AID TO DEPENDENT CHILDREN » 

State $ 2,692.10 

From Individuals 15 1.55 $ 2,843.65 

REIMBURSEMENT FOR OLD AGE ASSISTANCE: 

Cities and Towns $ l,40Y*4l 

State 32 ,698.98 

From Individuals 1,450.00 & 35,556.39 

REIMBURSEMENT FOR SOLDIERS' BENEFITS: 

Military Aid $ 534.25 

State Aid 30.00 

Soldiers' Burials 20 0.00 $ 764.25 

SCHOOL DEPARTMENT 

Tuition, State Wards $ 1,618.08 

Tuition, Other Towns 741*70 

Rental of Auditorium. 45*50 

Property Damage 6.35 

Telephone Tolls 3.10 $ 2,414.73 

ADAMS LIBRARY 

Fines $ 97*07 

Book Damage .75 $ 97*82 

UNCLASSIFIED 

Guaranty for Cleaning at Crystal Lake.... $ 80.00 

Sale of Real Estate 5,288.50 

Sale of Street Car Rails 2,635.57 

Sale of Town History.. 5*00 

Sale of Maps 1.50 

Sale of Survey Instruments..... 22.00 $ 8,032.57 

CEMETERIES 

Sale of Lots $ 38O.OO 

INTEREST 

On Tax Titles Redeemed $ 385. 61 

On Taxes 1,719.67 

On Trust Fund Perpetual Care ., 645*05 % 2,750.33 

MUNICIPAL INDEBTEDNESS 

Anticipation of Revenue .815®, 000.00 

Chap. 90 Highway Loan 3,900.00 $153,900.00 

AGENCY, TRUST AND INVESTMENT 

EAST CHELMSFORD WATER DISTRICT: 

Tax and Interest $ 2,138.62 



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REPORT OP TOW? ACCOUNTANT 

SOUTH CHELMSFORD WATER DISTRICT: 

Tax and Interest $ 679.77 

CEMETERY PERPETUAL CARE BEQUESTS: 

Bequests . $ 1,250.00 

PURCHASE OF WAR BONDS: 

From Employees $ 2,123.73 

REFUNDS 

Welfare Department $ 153*50 

Moth Department 20.83 

Infirmary Department, Petty Cash.. • 5°»00 

Health Department • • 11 .95 

Cemetery Department.... •••••••••• 4.09 

Interest Tax Title Loan 23.58 

Tax Title Foreclosure. 166.25 

School Department • • 10*35 

Soldiers' Benefits • 18.00 

Public Buildings Insurance • 37*35 

Old Age Assistance • 65 .00 

Highway Department. 501 .28 

Dog Licenses. •• l,2i^3»90 

Tax Abatement 17*33 

Cemetery Perpetual Care Funds. 1.000.00 $ 3,330*4l 

Total Receipts for 19*42 $655,918,140 

Cash on Hand January 1, 19*42 ItU, 872.1 5 

Total Receipts for I9I42 and Cash on Hand Jan. 1, 19*42. $700,790.55 









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REPORT OF TOWN ACCOUNTANT 

PAYMENTS 
GENERAL GOVERNMENT 
MODERATOR : 

Salary $ 25. 00 

SELECTMEN'S DEPARTMENT: 

Salaries I 1,000.00 

Stationery and Postage 12.1+5 

Printing and Advertising 118.66 

Telephone 6l ,U2 

Auctioneer's Fees 20.00 

All Other 6.00 f 1,218.53 

ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT: 

Salary I 2,000.00 

Stationery and Postage 58*72 

Clerk Hire 1+00.00 

Printing 21.11 

All Other 10.00 $ 2,1+69.83 

TOWN CLERK'S DEPARTMENT: 

Salary $ 200.00 

Stationery and Postage 16.82 

Printing and Advertising 171.05 

Bond 7.50 

All Other 15.00 # 1+10. 37 

TOUW TREASURER AND TAX COLLECTOR: 

Salary I 2,500.00 

Clerk Hire 1,01+0.00 

Of fi ce Equipment 11+.50 

Stationery and Postage 61+0 . 16 

Printing and Advertising 1+06.81 

T e le phone 102 . 1 5 

Insurance — Robbery 93 ° 00 

Fees, Demands, Deeds, etc 192.10 

Certification of Notes ll+.OO 

Foreclosing Tax Titles 1.353.35 

Recording Tax Deeds 9k»k& 

Demands 1+0.60 

Treasurer and Collector's Bond 565. 00 

Traveling Expense 28 .1+0 

Deputy Collectors 's Bonds 1+5*00 

Clerk's Bond 15.00 

All Other 1+9.55 ♦ 7.191+.08 

ASSESSOR'S DEPARTMENT: 

Salaries, Assessors I 5,000.00 

Stationery and Postage 198.10 

Printing and Advertising. ... 166.11+ 

Transportation 110.1+7 

Salary Clerk and Assistant Assessor 61+0.00 

Telephone 95.05 

149 



REPORT 01 TOW ACCOUNTANT 



Office Equipment $ 195.31+ 

Ice 13 .25 

Maps 8.5O 

All Other 15.79 * 1+.1+1+2.61* 

LAW DEPARTMENT: 

Town Counsel Salary $ 300.00 

FINANCE COMMITTEE: 

Stenographic Services I 10.00 

ELECTION AND REGISTRATION: 

Registrar's Salaries and Transportation. $ I4.I2.I4.O 

Assistant Regi strars 553 *&U 

Election Officers 602.79 

Printing and Advertising UOii.12 

Typewriter Rental 9.00 

Stationery and Postage 9*20 

Rent 15.00 $ 2,006.15 

PLANNING BOARD: 

Association Dues $ 10.00 

Printing and Advertising 57-1+5 

Typing .75 I 68.20 

BOARD OF APPEALS: 

Witness Fees | 57.60 

Serving Summons 18. 00 

Advertising 9.63 f 85.23 

PUBLIC BUILDINGS: (TOWN HALLS) 

Janitors' Salaries $ 1,386.00 

Fuel 769.14+ 

Light .' 5U8.93 

Water 35.00 

Repairs (Materials and Labor) 217.1+6 

Flag Poles 28.68 

Janitor's Supplies 71.1+3 

All Other 33*10 $ 3,090.01+ 

Total for General Government I 21,320.07 

PROTECTION OF PERSONS AND IROPERTY 

POLICE DEPARTMENT: 

Chief's Salary I 2,100.00 

Patrolmen's Salaries. 3,750.00 

Special and School Police 1,719.29 

Clerk 16.00 

Bicycle Plates 1+2,00 

Keeping Prisoners 31.25 

Ambulance Service 15*00 

Ambulance Equipment 210.00 

150 



RKPUtT OF TOW ACCOUNTANT 



Gas and Oil $ 522.13 

Automobile Repairs 301.89 

Equipment for Men 100.07 

Other Equipment and Repairs 1+0.06 

Printing, Stationery and Postage 76.08 

Telephones 31+3 J+2 

Telephone Operator 96.00 

Insurance 302.80 

Radio Repairs 5I+.86 

Radio Service 63. 00 

All Other 55.69 * 9, 839. 5k 

FIRE DEPARTMENT: 

Salaries : 

Engineers $ 350.00 

Firemen 3,1+14.6.90 

Janitors 5I+O.OO * h, 336.90 

ENGINEERS' EXPENSE: 

Stationery and Postage $ 7I+.65 

Transportation 21.1+8 

Clerk 20.00 % 116.13 

FIRES: 

Labor % 520. 56 

MAINTENANCE: 

Apparatus $ 126.53 

Garage Rent 36O.OO 

Repairs of Apparatus i+97.39 

Gas and Oil 96.23 

Fuel 1+1+7.58 

Light li+5.98 

Alarm System 168 .1+7 

Hose 21+2.11 

Water 73.25 

Telephones 527.28 

Equipment for Ken 112.21+ 

Heater and Repairs 1+5*59 

Insurance... 1+93.16 

Oil Burner Inspection 152.35 

All Other 11+.15 * 3.502.31 

HYDRANT SERVICE: 

East Chelmsford % 2,200.00 

North Chelmsford 500.00 

Chelmsford Center 2,000.00 

South Chelmsford 1,000.00 % 5,700.00 

Total for Fire Department % l!+, 175.90 

SEALER OF HEIGHTS AND MEASURES: 



* 163.90 

Seals and Tags 11.10 $ 175.00 

151 



REPORT OF TOWN ACCOUNTANT 



MOTH DEPARTMENT: 

Superintendent's Salary ♦ 250.00 

Labor 61*2.85 

Trucking 98 .00 

Insecticides 316.02 

Tools 2.70 

Gas and Oil 19.89 ♦ 1,329.1+6 

TREE KHAR DEN: 

Labor I 209.80 

Repairs and Tools 1.00 I 210.80 

INSPECTOR OF BUILDINGS: 

Salary I 300.00 

FOREST FIRE DEPARTMENT: 

Clerk and Telephone Operator $ 10.00 

Warden 1+00.00 

Fighting Fires 310.U1 

Gas and Oil 21.27 

Advertising 6.5O 

Truck Maintenance and Storage 150.06 

Telephone 38.63 

Insu ran ce 62 ,1|8 

Acid and Soda 13*38 

All Other 5.97 ♦ 1,018.90 

Total for Protection of Persons and Property 27,0lj.9.60 

HEALTH AND SANITATION 

SALARIES: 

Board of Health $ 662.71* 

Agent 1 , 800 .00 

Meat Inspector 65O.OO 

Milk Inspector 300.76 

Animal Inspector 200.00 

Plumbing Inspector, Fees 250.00 

Physicians' Salaries 100.00 $ 3,963.50 

MAINTENANCE: 

Telephone I 16.55 

Stationery and Postage li.98 

Printing and Advertising 153.85 

Burying Animal s. 36 . 50 

Dog Clinic 30.50 

Serving Notices 2.00 

Gasoline lit-. 30 

Signs 15.00 

All Other £.00 I 277.68 






152 



REPORT OF TOTO ACCOUNTANT 



QUARANTINE AND CONTAGIOUS DISEASES: 

Nurses Services I 516.15 

Board and Treatment 167.86 

Medical Attendance 26.00 

Groceries and Supplies. 65.77 ♦ 775*78 

TUBERCULOSIS: 

Board and Treatment $ 5H.75 

CARE OF PUBLIC DUMPS: 

West lands Dump t 365.55 

North Chelmsford Dump 229.25 # 59U.80 

Total for Health and Sanitation 6,123*51 

HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT 

SUPERINTENDENT: 

Salary $ 2,000.00 

Clerk 310*00 I 2,310.00 

SNOW REMOVAL: 

Labor % 2,221.61 

Calcium Chloride and Salt 168.20 

Sand 297.60 * 2.687J+1 

GENERAL MAINTENANCE: 

Automobile Mileage Allowance # I4.3i.i5 

Office Supplies 14+.1+6 

Labor 13, 079.71* 

Stone, Gravel, Sand... 1,30U.3U 

Equipment and Repairs 1,255.26 

Cold Patch and Tar 3U7.50 

Trucking and Sawing Logs 87.60 

Pipe 111.00 

Sewer Pipe Rental 6.00 

Water 12.00 

Telephone 119.20 

Traffic Light 30.00 

Express 20.53 % 16, 81+8. 78 

MACHINERY ACCOUNT: 

Repairs I 1,526.71 

Gas and Oil 2,039.81 

Insurance LU2.80 

Coal 86.68 

Registration 18.00 

All Other k.03 I 3,818.03 

ROAD BINDER: 

Oil and Cold Patch I 6,176.88 I 6,176.88 



153 



REPORT OF TOM ACCOUNTANT 



CHAPTER 90, MAINTENANCE: 19ij.2 CONTRACT: 

Labor $ 1+.101+.1+7 

Taric, Asphalt, etc 2,828.65 

Sand 265.20 

Guard Posts 170.00 

Rental of Machinery 258. 00 $ 7,626.32 

CHAPTER 90, NCETH ROAD NO. 2 PROJECT: 

Rental of Eqaipment $ 307.50 

Lumber 1+.02 

Guard Posts I36.OO 

Use of Car 1+2.00 I 1+89.52 

Total for Highway Department $ 39.956.9U 

STREET LIGHTING: 

Lighting I 10,053.1+3 

DEPARTiffiNT OF PUBLIC WELFARE 

ADMINISTRATION: 

Salaries of Board $ 325. 00 

Agent 826.89 

Clerk 1,01+0.00 

Printing and Postage I3I+.56 

Telephone 59.57 

All Other 5.87 * 2,391.89 

OUTSIDE RELIEF: 

Groceries and Provisions $ 1»395«65 

Fuel 1+93.77 

Rent and Board 1,550.70 

Medicine and Attendance. I,l6l.83 

State Institutions 117.00 

Clothing and Shoes 221^.69 

Cash Grants to Individuals 7,61+7.18 

Light and Water 26.20 

Transportation. 6.5O 

Burials 100.00 

All Other 17.1+5 # 12,71+0.97 

RELIEF BY OTHER CITIES AND TOWNS: 

Cities I 250. ll+ 

Toms 521.73 % 771.87 

Total Outside Relief and Administration $ 15,90l+.73 

AID TO DEPENDENT CHILDREN: 

Town $ 6,057.25 

OLD AGE ASSISTANCE, ADMINISTRATION: 

Agent Salary $ 992.01 

Stationery and Postage 37.38 

Telephone 18J+5 

Office Equipment 1+1+.17 $ 1,092.01 

151+ 



REPORT OF TOW ACCOUNTANT 



OLD AGE ASSISTANCE, RELIEF: 

Cash Grants $ U5.l83.8l 

Other Cities and Towns 277.21+ 

Medicine and Attendance 12.87 ♦ U5.U73.92 

INFIRMARY: 

Superintendent, Salary I 562. 50 

OTHER EXPENSES: 

Other Employees $ 325.25 

Groceries and Provisions 506.66 

Clothing and Dry Goods 29. 6U 

Fuel and Light 167.U1 

Water 35.15 

Hay and Grain 752.U9 

Tolls and Repairs 6.25 

Medicine and Medical Attendance. Ul«37 

Telephone 29.33 

Seeds, Plants, and Fertilizer 37.86 

Household Supplies 93«73 

Building Repairs 25.58 

Horse Shoeing 53*65 

Automobile Maintenance.......... 6O.38 

Gas and Oil 20.91 

All Other U»50 

Total for Infirmary Department $ 2,752.66 

Total Charities $ 71.280.57 

SOLDIERS* BENEFITS 

SOLDIERS' RELIEF: 

Groceries $ 32.00 

Cash.. 1,913.10 

Medicine and Medical Attendance.. 163.87 

Fuel and Light 106.26 

Shoes and Clothing 6.50 

Rent and Board 20U.00 I 2,U25.73 

STATE AID: 

Cash I 120.00 

MILITARY AID: 

Cash * 7U5.00 

Total for Soldiers' Benefits 3,290.73 

SCHOOL DEPARTMENT 

ADMINISTRATION: 

Superintendent, Salary $ 3,U00.00 

Committee Expenses.... 175.00 



155 



REPCRT OF TOWN ACCOUNTANT 



Attendance Officers # 30.00 

Stationery, Printing, and Postage i|1.77 

Telephone 111.95 I 3,758.72 

INSTRUCTION: 

Teachers' Salaries: 

High I 28,687.92 

Elementary $ 56,856.17 

Supervisor $ 1,700.00 * 87,214^.09 

BOOKS AND SUPPLIES: 

High — Text and Reference Books $ 869.87 

Elementary — Text and Reference Books... 1,090.21 

High— Supplies 1.359. 3k 

Elementary — Supplies 1, 316.22 f 1+,635.61| 

Total Instruction I 91,879-73 

OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE: 

JANITORS 1 SALARIES: 

High I 3,057.32 

Elementary 8,271+. 50 

11,331.82 | 11,331.82 

FUEL, LIGHT, AND WATER: 

High, Fuel and Light f 2 , IJ4.5 .I4.5 

Elementary, Fuel and Light 5,l4.l6.i|.5 

Water 22+1.00 $ 7,802.90 

REPAIRS: 

High I 1+93.9U 

Elementary 1,327.21 $ 1,821.15 

JANITORS' SUPPLIES: 

High I 181. 92 

Elementary 323.63 # 505.55 

Total Operation and Maintenance $ 21,1+61.1+2 

AUXILIARY AGENCIES: 

TRANSPORTATION: 

High % 6,250.60 

Elementary 5,378.00 

11,628.60 

NURSE: 

Supplies $ 75.35 

Physicians' Salaries % 600.00 

Total Auxiliary Agencies $ 12,303.95 

156 



REPCRT Ob TOW ACCOUNTANT 



CARE OB' PLAYGROUNDS: 

Labor and Materials I h3k'02 

VOCATIONAL AMD CONTINUATION SCHOOLS: 

Tuition I 2,033.10 

Total for Schools $131, 870. 9U 

LIBRARIES 

ADAMS LIBRARY: 

Librarian I 500.00 

Assistants II4.8.J4U 

Janitors . .. . 1+3^4 • 55 

Repairs 172.58 

Books and Periodicals 266*11 

Light, Fuel and Water 589.65 

Treasurer's Bond... 25. 00 

Transporting Books 113*33 

Stationery 23.25 

Binding U6.55 

Insurance 50 . 16 

Box Rent 1.50 

Trucking Ashes 16.20 $ 2,387-32 

NORTH CHELMSFOHD LIBRARY: 

Annual Appropriation - $ 1,200.00 

PARKS: 

Labor $ 966.65 

Fertilizer 10.00 

Plants, Trees, etc 59*12 

Water U5.96 

Gasoline 2.55 

Repairs and Equipment. 25.97 

Garage Rent 6.00 

Curbing 181.80 

Stationery and Postage ; I.83 $ 1,299.88 

Care of Varney Playground 593«5U 

Total Parks and Playgrounds $ 1,893.^2 

UNCLASSIFIED: 

Memorial Day, Dinners and Refreshments.. $ 186.70 

Music and Other Expenses 207.63 

Claims for Personal Injuries 1,083.29 

American Legion Rental 300.00 

Dog Officer's Fees 107.00 

Town Clock 65.35 

Town Reports, Printing and Deli-very 659.66 

Insurance Sinking Fund Treasurer's Bond. 5°.00 

Constable, Posting Warrants 36.00 

Public Buildings, Insurance 2,I|.35«66 



157 



REPORT OF TOWN ACCOUNTANT 



Middlesex County T. B. Sanatorium Maint. $ 

Police Dept., New Automobile 

Highway Dept., Street Signs 

Highway Dept., Engineering 

Newburyport Chlorinating Plant 

Surplus Commodities Expense 

Lega 1 Expense 

Guarantee for cleaning at Crystal Lake.. 
Commission on Sale of Infirmary Property 

Sale of Dog 

Claim of Rose M. Roane 

WORKS PROGRESS ADMINISTRATION: 

Salar ies and Vfege s . . . . . $ 

Office Supplies and Telephone 

Tran sportation 

Water Project 

Car Rail Removal Project 

Maps. ......t 

Federal Commissary. 

CIVILIAN DEFENSE: 

Salary, Supervisor Ration Board. I 

Salaries, Clerks. Defense Board 

Secretary, Medical Director 

Equi pment 

Furniture 

Black -Out Shades 

Lumber and Labor 

Electrical Work 

Fuel 

Medi cal Supplies 

Canteen Supplies 

Siren and Siren Deflector 

Photographs 

Stationery, Printing and Advertising.... 

Telephones 

All Other 

WESTLANDS SCHOOL BUILDING CONSTRUCTION: 

Equipment and Repairs $ 

Architect's Services 

Construction Contract 

UNPAID BILLS: 

Board of Appeal s $ 

Welfare Dept 

Old Age Assistance... 

Soldi ers ' Rel ief '. 

Health Dept.... 

Fi re Dept 

Public Buildings 

Police Dept 

Forest Fire Dept 

Dog Officer 



2,138.51 




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71.00 




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80.00 




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1,196.86 




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1 6,177.79 


216.00 




370.20 




25.00 




200.19 




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116.25 




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67.1+5 




378.68 




15,681+. 25 


I 16,130.38 


3.50 




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87.50 




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51.80 




3.15 




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11.00 


$ 2,1+19 M9 



158 



REPORT OF TOWN ACCOUNTANT 

CEMETERIES 

Commissioners' Salaries # 105.00 

CEMETERY MAINTENANCE: 

Labor # 2,339.36 

Tools and Repairs.. 180. 9I4. 

Water 37 .00 

Loam, Seed, Fertilizer, and Shrubs 197.31+ 

Trucking 1+.00 

All Other 2.80 # 2,761.1^ 

WATER SYSTEM AT PINE RIDGE, AND 
GRADING AT FAIRVIEW CEMETERIES: 

Labor and Trucking # II4I.3O 

Water 162.07 

Pipe 1+8.16 # 351.53 

Total for Cemeteries # ~b,2XJ^1 

INTEREST AND MATURING DEBT 

INTEREST: 

Westlands School Building Loan # 14-30. 00 

High School Building Loan 61+5.00 

Anticipation of Revenue 627.08 

Tax Title Loan..... 11.79 

Chap. 90 Highway Loan 16.03 $ 1,729.90 

MATURING DEBT: 

Westlands School Bldg. Loan % 6,000.00 

High School Bldg. Addition Loan 6,000.00 

Tax Title Loan 851.96 # 12,851.96 

ANTICIPATION OF REVENUE: 

Loans #150.000.00 

AGENCY TRUST AND INVESTMENT 

AGENCY : 

State Tax $ 20,127.01; 

County Tax 10,258.33 

County, Dog License Fees 3»3ll+«80 

South Chelmsford Water District 856i83 

East Chelmsford Water District 2, I1I1..58 

State Board of Health — Beverage Permits 10.00 

Purchase of War Bonds 1,350.05 #38,031.63 

FEDERAL GRANT: 

Old Age Assistance, Administration # 1,14.23.80 

Old Age Assistance, Relief 39,388.97 

Aid to Dependent Children, Admin 22.18 

Aid to Dependent Children, Relief 2,57l4.09 # 1+3,1+09.01+ 

159 



REPORT OF TOWN ACCOUNTANT 



TRUST: 



Cemetery Perpetual Care Bequests $ 2,250.00 

Interest on Perpetual Care Bequests 61+5.05 $ 2,895.05 

REFUNDS 

Interest on Taxes I 28.98 

19Ul Taxes 3k . 50 

191+2 Taxes 35.20 

191+1 Motor Excise Tax 1+7.1+3 

191+2 Motor Excise Tax 32I+.01+ 

Old Age Assistance Refunds 1+97.11 

Outside Relief 31.25 

Defense Bond Purchases 33*00 

Estimated Receipts 2.25 $ 1,033.76 

Total Payments for 191+2 $607,790.77 

Cash on Hand, December 31, 191+2 $ 92,999.78 

Grand Total 1700,790.55 



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PRINCIPAL PAYMENTS OF TOWN DEBT TO BE RAISED ANNUALLY BY TAJCATIOH 
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191+3 16,000.00 High School Building Ad- $6,000.00 

191+1+ 6,000.00 dition 6,000.00 

19I+5 6,000.00 6,000.00 

19U6 6,000.00 6,000.00 

19I+7 6,000.00 6,000.00 

19J+8 5,000.00 5,000.00 

19I+9 5,000.00 5,000.00 

$ 1+0,000.00 $ 1+0,000.00 

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19U3 6,000.00 Westlands School Building 6,000.00 

191+1+ 6,000.00 Addition 6,000.00 

19I+5 5,000.00 5,000.00 

19I+6 5,000.00 5,000.00 

19I+7 5,000.00 5,000.00 

19I+8 5,000.00 5,000.00 

19I+9 5,000.00 5,000.00 

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INDEX 

Accountant' 8 Report: 

Appropriations and Transfers 161 

Balance Sheet •• ...••• 167 

Debt Account. • •• • •••••••• 168 

Interest Payments ♦•• 170 

Payments . • •••••••• H4.9 

Principal Payments • • 170 

Receipts... iMk 

Trust Funds 169 

Reports of: 

Adams Library, Librarian........ 77 

Adams Library, Treasurer • • 77 

Adams Library, Trustees 77 

Assessors. ....... ..••••.•••••»•••• ••••••••••••••• .....•••.• ol 

Audit, by State t ••• °* 

Board of Health: 

Agent 73 

Board of Health '5 

Inspector of Animals 82 

Inspector of Meat • 76 

Inspector of Milk 76 

Inspector of Plumbing. • •• • 75 

Inspector of Slaughtering 76 

Cemetery Commissioners • 78 

Cemetery Perpetual Care Funds 52 



Fire Engineers < 
Forest Warden. 



79 
81 



Middlesex County Extension Service. • • 66 

North Chelmsford Library Corporation 79 

Park Commissioners •• No report 

Planning Board • • 82 

Police °7 

Police »oman..... • • 68 

School Dept. 

Census 133 

Graduates ,. • • • 13k 

High School Prinoipal's Report ••• 129 

Personnel. • ••• • 117 

School Committee • • •• 121 

Superintendent. • 123 

Westland School . • 1|7 

Sealer of Weights and Measures • 71 

Sinking Fund Commissioners ...» • 51 

Soldier's Relief Agent 72 

Tax Colleotor kl 

Tax Collector, East Chelmsford Water District.... 50 

Tax Collector, South Chelmsford Water District 5° 

Town Clerk: 

Annual Town Meeting March 9 % 19^*2 22 

Births........ 6 

Deaths 13 

Financial report. • •••• j+6 

Jury List • •••• **5 

Marriages •• 

Officers elected.. • 1 

Speoial Town Meeting, July 23, 19^2 30 

Special Town Meeting, Oct. 9, 19l£ 37 

Speoial Town Meeting, Deo. 11, 19U2 jw 

State Election, Nov. f>, 19^|2 Ul 

State Primary, Sept. 16, 19^42 33 

Town Election, March 2, 19i*2 21 

Warrant for Annual Town Meeting March 2, and March 9, 19^42 16 

172 



Warrant for Annual Town Meeting Maroh 1, end March 8, iyi+3 •• 138 

Warrant for Speoial Town Meeting, July 2J, Vjlg 29 

Warrant for Special i'own Meeting, October 9# 19^42 35 

Warrant for Special Town Meeting, Deoember 11, 19^2 U3 

Warrant for State Eleotion, 38 

Warrant for State Primary. 32 

Town Forest Committee* •••■••■•••••••••••••••• ••••••• •••••••• 80 

Town Treasurer • • « 51 

Welfare Agent 69 



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